Alabama Fraternities Asked to be More Inclusive

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By Alabama News Network

There's been a lot of buzz about the Greek system at the University of Alabama lately. However, now the focus is switching from the sororities to the fraternities.

University of Alabama officials say school president Judy Bonner is asking fraternity leaders to make their chapters more inclusive of all races.

They say Bonner is talking to groups about taking steps to remove racial barriers in their selection process.

School officials haven't given details on exactly how the organizations will make that happen, but school officials say they are reviewing recruitment practices of  all the school's Greek groups.

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