Reaction To Sorority Racist Claims

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By Alabama News Network

Changes are being made to University of Alabama's greek system after allegations of racism. The university is now opening up recruitment to increase diversity. 

 
Troy University says their sororities have become more diverse in the past few years. Out of the 21 greek organizations, 8 are historically black. But some students say they don't feel like anyone would be denied based on their race. 
 
Tamara Green, Sigma Gamma Rho said, "I know we have a girl of a different race that came through our chapter here at Troy. It doesn't matter the color of your skin." 
 
This fall sorority recruitment,more than 350 women rushed that is the largest in the school history. 

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