University Of Alabama Sorority Elects First Black President On Heels Of Discrimination Controversy


Following recent allegations of racial discrimination within the Greek system at the University of Alabama, one of the majority white sororities elected an African American president for the first time in history.

Sigma Delta Tau, a historically Jewish sorority, elected 22-year-old engineering student, Hannah Patterson, who joined the organization one year ago according to WBRC-TV.

“We’re welcoming of any girl that wants to join our chapter and best fits our chapter,” Regina Broda, who was president before Patter

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