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The prestigious and historically Black Spelman College has made history once again. In an ever-changing world, Spelman has made strides to continue to evolve alongside society. Effective Fall 2018, Spelman has pledged to consider to admit all students who consistently live and identity as a woman, regardless of sex assignment at birth. “Our intent is…

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Ingrid Saunders Jones is no stranger to community leadership, community development and philanthropy. She’s a highly respected global leader who served three decades at the Coca-Cola company where she held roles of increasing responsibility, focusing on the company’s corporate giving and community outreach. During her tenure at Coca-Cola, Jones led the transformation of the company’s…

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Victims assassinated at Mother Emanuel were beloved by family and community Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church has a rich history. It’s the oldest AME church in the South. It opened in 1818 under the leadership of the late Bishop Morris Brown, the second bishop of the AME Church and the namesake of Morris Brown College, an…

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  The controversial VH1 show “Sorority Sisters” is for all purposes cancelled, but the fallout continues. First Alpha Kappa Alpha took action by suspending cast members from their organization, and now Delta Sigma Theta has taken action against five Deltas from the show. Delta Sigma Theta announced on their websites that cast members Lydia Mitchell,…

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Wow, Black people spoke up and their voices were actually heard at VH1. Apparently, the boycott of sponsors and harsh criticism of the reality show “Sorority Sisters” has reached its goal and the show is being canceled. All three remaining episodes will air this coming Friday. the last three episodes will air at 9:30, 10:20…

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The controversial VH1 series “Sorority Sisters” has focused attention on Black Greek Letter organizations. The most popular and historic of these organizations are known as the “Divine Nine” with an elite number of the group having been existence for 100 years. From Howard University to Cornell these fraternities and sororities boast membership in the thousands.…

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  The controversial VH1 reality series “Sorority Sisters” has brought the hidden world of Black Greek life to the small screen. However the show’s portrayal of petty back biting Black women has been negatively received by many. Already there has been a call for a national boycott of sponsors who advertise on the show. The…

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Calling all Greek HBCU alumni! This is the weekend to be in Hotlanta. The 2013 Atlanta Greek Picnic weekend is the biggest and best Greek weekend in the country. Don’t miss out on any of the events taking place. It’s time to catch up with old friends and reminisce. Check out the full Greek weekend guide here. 

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One thing is for sure: the Delta Sigma Theta sorority is loaded with legends. The black female Greek letter organization has an inordinate amount of game-changing, barrier-breaking women who broke the glass ceiling with the heels of their stilettos. And, as they just got finished celebrating their 100th anniversary in Washington D.C., we at rolling…

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Friday night was live at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. The step show was full of fire and intense heat. Each fraternity and sorority brought their  best game. Delta Sigma Theta and Alpha Phi Alpha won it all in the end.

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Dallas authorities are warning members of the predominantly black Delta Sigma Theta sorority to beware of a serial rapist that appears to be targeting its middle-aged members. Over 11 months,  four black women, all in their mid-50s to mid-60s, were attacked in their homes in Plano, Coppell and the Denton County community of Shady Shores in…

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