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U. Alabama Sororities Allegedly Tell Black Girls They are Not Allowed to Join

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The University of Alabama is an institution that has always been stained by a history of racism.  The school has worked to overcome the demons of the past, but some of those traditions still lurk on the campus.

A recently published a story in the student newspaper at the school reveals that within the ranks of greek letter organizations, there is still a nasty hint of racism that affects the student body.  According to the reports, four sororities have told black girls that they would be unallowed to pledge.

The article, entitled “The Final Barrier: 50 years later, segregation still exists,” says that even though one of the girls has a very strong grade point average and roots in the university, she was still blocked from joining any of the four white organizations.

The groups targeted in the allegations of racism are Alpha Gamma Delta, Tri Delta, Chi Omega and Pi Beta Phi.

“People are too scared of what the repercussions are of maybe taking a black girl,” said Melanie Gotz, a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. “That’s stupid, but who’s going to be the one to make that jump? How much longer is it going to take till we have a black girl in a sorority? It’s been years, and it hasn’t happened.”

A member of the Tri-Delta sorority stated that the higher-ups in the organization made the decision to block the black girls from pledging.

“To my knowledge, the president and the rush chair and our rush advisors were behind this, and if we had been able to pledge her, it would’ve been an honor,” an anonymous sorority member said. “However, our [alumnae] stepped in and went over us and had her dropped.”

Of course the sororities are acknowledging that racial discrimination played a role in their decision to reject every single black female who has tried to join, but one simple move could resolve the allegations:  Show a record of your history of racial inclusion and how many black females you’ve allowed to join in the past.   It may even be interesting to see the record of racial inclusion for the sororities nation-wide, particularly for schools of the south.

We’re sure they won’t want to release this information, since it would probably be embarrassing.

Our question for the black women who were rejected is this:  Why are you so eager to be a part of a group that considers you to be inferior?  You do realize that there are black sororities with equally storied and powerful legacies on campus as well, don’t you?

Our guess is that Alabama has some work to do on the racial front.  With all the money being made from black football and basketball players, it would seem that they would try to be a bit more inclusive.  This is embarrassing for the university.


  1. Amazing Grace

    September 13, 2013 at 11:03 am

    Yeah, I wonder why those young women Didn’t want to pledge a Black sorority?

    • legallyblkchisis

      September 13, 2013 at 11:29 am

      It’s a moot point to say “Why didn’t they join a black sorority?” The latter is besides the point. Black sororities were invented for this exact issue, not being allowed to join white sororities/fraternities. I personally wouldn’t want to be anywhere near folk with such simple minds and ignorance. I do get the point that these ladies should be able to join any sorority they want. However why would one want to join an organization founded on racist values. If this is a battle these ladies feel inclined to fight more power to them, however I am perfectly fine repn that crimson and cream! I am a proud Delta Sigma Theta and wouldn’t have it any other way.

      • Ric

        September 13, 2013 at 6:30 pm

        My sister, “Legally Black” has a point regarding Black Greek Orgs. coming about, as a result of rejection. However, I am happy to say and testify to the fact that today’s Black Greek organizations have very little resemblance to those white collegiate groups, we initially attempted to emulate! Additionally, all Black Greek organizations, in addition to the Socialization factor, are committed to serving the Community in which we live! – Omega Psi Phi (until I die)!

    • Wanda

      September 13, 2013 at 11:43 am

      I have a Daughter that attends said University and the Black sororities there are always fighting(AKA’s / Delta’s), getting kicked off campus and losing thier house(Delta’s) for such behavior. So, basically the Black Sororities on UA’s campus are not very sisterly or Responsible. They are just plain ratchet…

      • Lateefah

        September 13, 2013 at 2:47 pm

        AKA and Delta aren’t the only black female sororities. What about ZETA PHI BETA and Sigma Gamma Rho? I am a very proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

      • beth

        September 13, 2013 at 10:43 pm

        The white sororities are notoriously known for S-X parties, drugs, drinking,and s-x videos..This is fact. Do not put your own people down.

        • Highly Disgusted

          September 14, 2013 at 10:10 am

          Thank you for pointing that out, Beth. I’m a PROUD Lady of Delta. Therr is good and bad in all sororities/ fraternities, and I don’t appreciate the statement made by Wanda! Have your daughter ever held a conversation with a woman from one of the sororities you named, Wanda? Anyway, white sororities/ fraternities act just as recklessly as you claim black sororties/ fraternities , their mess just get covered up most of the time.

    • Clarice

      September 13, 2013 at 6:08 pm

      Self hatred has many faces,one race the human race.

    • A Forreat Manley

      September 14, 2013 at 8:43 pm

      Strange Supreme Court said a month ago things had change. Send copy to Washington D.C. Lets see what they say now.

  2. Edward forchion

    September 13, 2013 at 11:03 am

    Aren’t there black sorties there?

  3. jim

    September 13, 2013 at 11:20 am

    First of all aren’t fraternities and sororities already exclusionary ? After all of these years we are still seeking validation

  4. Ms Kim

    September 13, 2013 at 11:20 am

    These young ladies probably wasn’t black enough to join a black sorority. Its sad but black sororities are prejudice against blacks as well. But it’s time for a change with al races not just white prejudice but blacks too.

    • Clarice

      September 13, 2013 at 6:11 pm

      One race, the human race

  5. R J Ferguson

    September 13, 2013 at 11:22 am

    Not sure why they want to join a White Sorority when they have four great Black Sororities.

  6. Classyandsassytoo

    September 13, 2013 at 11:26 am

    I have been a member of a black sorority for 46 years.
    Black sorority life extends beyond college days. Many have networks that assit members wirh empliyment, housing, health care referrals. In fact in a few weeks seven of us who pledged togethet 46 years ago will meet for the wedding of one of the daughters.
    The pobability of such longevity of friendship with black women in a white sorority is next to none.
    Why want to be part of an organization that does not want you, especially when the membership in a sorority is not a necessity of life ?

  7. charles mcghee

    September 13, 2013 at 11:31 am

    Support your own Attend an HBCU. If all of Alabama Black players attended an HBCU they could compete with Div 1 schools and get the same million dollar TV rights as non-HBCU and direct the funds to improve other programs.

    • Chris40

      September 13, 2013 at 12:00 pm

      True dat!!!!

    • Classyandsassytoo

      September 13, 2013 at 4:46 pm

      Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamen….but we graduates of HBCU ‘d also neef to put our money where our mouths are, financially support our schools. Then our schools could afford the competetive scholarships and meet the othe expenses asdociated with educating our children.

  8. TRUTH

    September 13, 2013 at 11:56 am


    • Floyd

      September 14, 2013 at 4:49 am

      Truth I agree with all your statements except where slavery originated in
      the USA. It originated in the north, start with NYC after New Amsterdam
      was named New York City by the English. The peculiar institution started then at about 1623.

      My two cent comment is we need to be independent of the white race, stay
      away from them. We can be progressive without them……why not give it an attempt and you will see. If you believe in God, and have faith, then
      lets truly be free, free to accomplish what God intended for us to be.

  9. Derrick W

    September 13, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    Don’t we already have our own “greek” organizations? Not to blame the victim, but why isn’t she joining any of those? What is it with some of us who just love to be around people that hate us? Of course this is racist – but with that said there are several sororities – “multi-ethnic” and black that this girl can join.

  10. Joyce

    September 13, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    LOL, it is amazing how Blacks are always fighting for validation of who they are in America. Why did they attend this university instead of supporting an HBCU, you get what you pay for ladies.

    When you put your [Black people] butt in the line of fire, why complain when you get shot? This university was established in 1831, the fist 2 blacks graduated 1956. Can you imagine the crap these women experienced and being in a Caucasians sorority was not a priority.

    Wake-up and smell the coffee, STOP trying to prove you are just as good, YOU ARE BETTER.

  11. cookie

    September 13, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    many not all but many HBCU sororities and fraternities are catty and full of nonsense the member the sisters and brothers aren’t not what they appear to be. I decided not to pledge because of the sheer foolishness that was there. I know one girl who actually was told she was too ugly to join a particular sorority. She transferred to UGA and joined a white sorority and loves it was very accepted. White sororities and fraternities are full of mess too but for some reason the black houses take it to another level and fights on campus, too much. I wouldn’t want to be apart of either of them black or white most certainly not one where I’m not accepted for me. These clubs groups organizations IMO have lost their appeal and value because of silliness and stupidity of the members and the alumnae to a large degree

  12. Rachel West

    September 13, 2013 at 12:24 pm

    I think the White people at UofA are racist hypocrites!!!! They let the black guys play on the teams, because there wouldn’t be any effing teams if it weren’t for them. Why do you ask “why” a Black girl wants to be a part of a White sorority? What’s the difference? Why does she have to qualify or justify that? It’s great that there are great Black sororities and obviously we see now that that is where she belongs because she will be wanted there. But the University of Alabama should be ashamed of themselves …their behavior is disgusting…discrimination is illegal…the University of Alabama needs a Class Action Lawsuit against them. It won’t make them smarter or non-racist, but life does have consequences for illegal behavior. By the way, I’m White.

  13. darrell johnson

    September 13, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    Business as usual!!!

  14. PatriciaI

    September 13, 2013 at 1:28 pm

    When will we get over the notion that the white man’s organizations are better?
    There is good and bad in all organizations. Network with your own!
    As a member of a Black Sorority my AKA sisters have been there for me.
    Greek is for life!

  15. Ann G.

    September 13, 2013 at 2:51 pm

    Why would you want to join a sorority that does not want you in the first place, I prefer to be with my own people. That is a waste of energy and time! I put that right up there with country clubs, there are some things I don’t want to belong to for I would not enjoy myself anyway. The south consists of a lot of redneck bigots and it always will be that way. Some people and some things will never change, at least not in my lifetime!

  16. latoya graham

    September 13, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    Yeah I think some blacks will 4ever long 4 white peoples approval. We as blacks need to solve our own community problems and stop looking 4 the white man to save us.

  17. Carolyn M.

    September 13, 2013 at 3:28 pm

    Perhaps they want to hold the distinction of being “the first AA” to pledge and go over in an all white sorority. Some AAs think that’s an honor to be the first admitted.

  18. mina

    September 13, 2013 at 5:51 pm

    Despite what some may say, the 600 +++ years of an inferiority doctrine drilled into your heads, overtly at first and then increasingly cunningly and strategically covertly, has unconsciously been passed down by “US” from generation to generation and is evident in what we do and say today. We have been taught to perpetuate the stereotype of not being able to work together, Black men not taking care of their children, being unattractive, and unloveable, often without knowing and sometimes doing it better than the creators of the doctrine. We’ve been taught and we are teaching each other that we can’t work together to build self sustaining, viable communities WITHOUT “Them”; glue and sew hair onto our heads in order to simulate their “looks” and justify it by saying it is just a “STYLE” or that our own hair can’t be “controlled” or that it looks “BETTER” than our own hair. We still distinquish between “good” hair and “bad” hair; dark skin and light skin. We still feel uncomfortable in our own skin when we walk into a room filled with “people not of our hue”. Our children are taught to be distainful of academic excellence, schools in general and achievement in particular. We close off avenues to achievment for our children by allowing urban school systems to either teach lies about our history or won’t teach our history AT ALL. We want to join white sororities because in our minds they “validate” us. A black sorority can’t do that because we don’t value “US”. One writer stated that she understood why the women might not have wanted to join Black sororities. Because Black sororities were catty, prejudical, elitist. GUESS WHAT, so are WHITE sororities. But because they are WHITE, their “stuff” doesn’t stink. There is SOO MUCH that we do not know about our indoctrination in this country. Read Medical Aparthied, The New Jim Crow; or Worse Than slavery. We have a TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF RETRAINING/REEDUCATING TO DO

    • Popcorn205

      September 14, 2013 at 9:53 pm

      I agree. Don’t forget The Mis-Educatio of the Negro,my life-guide.

  19. Clarice

    September 13, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    Self hatred has many faces, when we wake up and realize there is only one race, the human race, maybe we will begin to get somewhere, ‘We made you many tribes, so that you could learn from one another’
    What so ever you do to the least of thee, you do unto me.
    We have learned the bad habits of the barbarians, narcissism, egoism,envy
    selfishness, self hatred and greed, the bright eye of materialism has completely over shadowed the blurred eye of spiritualism, especially in the West. Wake up people! who walk in darkness and the agony of spiritual death, the time is now to rebuild a connection with our Creator. When we
    bow down, crawl to our Creator, our God will walk to us, when we can stand and walk, God will run to us, like the baby crying for the mother 10 miles away and the mother’s breast fills with milk. We must lead ourselves.

  20. wanda

    September 13, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    I agree that the question remains on the table as to why these young women didn’t choose to join the black sororities on campus. They’re all fine organizations with long illustrious histories of fostering deep bonds of lifelong sisterhood and doing nothing but good for the black community. But in this day and age of so called improved race relations, these ladies should not be denied the right to join whatever Greek organization they wish to be apart of. Yes, it was blatant racism that blocked their nominations and it’s wrong, especially if there’s nothing in sorority charters that specifically states that members can’t be minorities, etc.

  21. beth

    September 13, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    Why would you wish to join a sorority that does not advance your personal values,interest in activities that uplift your people and community and where you will form life long friendships based on shared commonalities. Crimson and cream for me and the other AF AM sororities are just as fine also. Black women Stop trying to force yourself into social cirlcles where you are not wanted or respected. STOP……

  22. EMMA M

    September 13, 2013 at 10:48 pm

    For once I agree with the white folks, DO NOT LET THEM JOIN!!! Go join your own organizations and help make a difference in your own communities!!! Why are you begging to belong to something that does not represent you???? Or do you think because you are a student at UA somehow you are entitled to become a part of their organizations???? Or do you think that now by going to UA you have turned white??? There are so many more important things to do than trying to force someone to allow you into their organization. We do not want them in ours either!

  23. Popcorn205

    September 14, 2013 at 9:19 am

    Wow. These are supposed to be our educated sisters of the future, what hope do we have in them? They are actually the Mis-Educated and Brain-Dead of our race. Why would any educated person what to force themself somewhere they aren’t wanted. Wow. Amazing.

  24. Popcorn205

    September 14, 2013 at 9:27 am

    Lol. Next we’ll have Black men suing to join the KKK. Unbelieveable!!!

  25. Treblemaker

    September 14, 2013 at 3:45 pm

    I’m actually very surprised by the limited premises behind some of these comments. I feel like a lot of people are focusing on the wrong thing.instead of focusing on the issue at hand. Who cares if she wanted to pledge an NPC organization instead of an NPHC organization? That’s rather irrelevant. She was discriminated against, plain and simple. And the comments about going only to an HBCU or only pledging a black Greek letter organization are equally off-based, in my opinion. To each his or her own. There is no one, universal definition of what it means to be black. I personally chose to pledge a Greek organization that is nationally an overwhelmingly white organization…and I pledged in the state of Alabama (not at UA). We don’t know her reasons for wanting to pledge a historically white organization, nor should we assume. Nor is it even relevant to the argument.

    • Popcorn205

      September 14, 2013 at 9:19 pm

      So when are you joining the Klan? One more guestion what color are you going to wear???

      • Treblemaker

        September 20, 2013 at 7:58 pm

        Seriously? So I espouse racism and hatred because I didn’t pledge a Divine 9 organization? How narrow minded. I’m assuming that you’re a troll, but since I’m into troll feeding, I’ll indulge you. I honestly don’t understand how when white people engage in de facto segregation, it’s considered racist, but we (black folks) are encouraged to do it. I need an explanation. I didn’t join my organization because I dislike my race; I joined it because it’s a professional organization and there wasn’t a minority equivalent. I would like, for just once, to have someone explain to me what the universal definition of “black” is. Apparently, my willingness to be tolerant, even in the face of intolerance, and to be comfortable with myself regardless of the next person’s skin color shows my deep embarrassment and self hatred. Glad you could point that out for me!

  26. JDub81

    September 15, 2013 at 12:53 am

    Just why as black people are we always trying to become part of a people whether its social or otherwise…who don’t like us? They do not like us….never have and never will! But we keep trying to sniff their stinky butts….I’ll never understand it.

  27. dre kelz

    September 15, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    I for one agree a lil with some of the comments. But the biggest point made is the world is not all black. When you finally get out in the world you see that. Ppl are saying join all black or go to all black schools. Well those schools don’t teach anything different as far as education goes but I feel reinforce segregation. How else will you get a taste of the real world if we just keep in our communities. Most of the blacks who have went down in history and we learned about in school tried to break those color lines and were successful and opened doors for blacks in the future to be in that industry. How else can we change by keeping to ourselves? I for one joined a so called white fraternity and was the first black member in that chapter. And many more followed. I joined because I was always going to know my people through clubs, sports and events on campus. But to build networks in life beyond my people I felt going that route was good. It was a reflection of what we would see out in the world. I didn’t do it to be validated by anyone. I knew who I was a black man and how I got to where I was. From my personal experience with my friends who have went to hbcu is they were looking to validate themselves to our people. Can’t be W.E.B du bois, Jackie Robinson, Erta Kitt, Macon Allen without believing in yourself, your people and pushing the line of race. They all did things and went to schools that were all white. Can’t change nothing if we don’t try to change it.

  28. Daisy

    September 16, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    During my freshman year in college I was going to pledge Delta Sigma Theta and was told that several girls in the sorrority had a problem with my sister because she thought she was “all than.” I was told that if I pledged that they were going to make me pay because they didn’t like her. I didn’t have time for this nonsense. I didn’t pledge. This is a classic example of why a lot of black women try to pledge other sorrorities. Black sisters, we need to wake up and stop all of this madness.

  29. Jackie

    September 18, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    Be patient you’ll see enough white women at work lol, My sister’s are of color.

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