Just a year ago, the University of Alabama was making national headlines over its sororities refusal to accept black members. Numerous conversations were held and actions were taken to "correct" the issue.

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Now, it has been revealed that a handful of blacks are being recruited for membership in traditionally white sororities at UA.  While I think it's great that advancements have been made, I can't help but wonder how comfortable I'd be amongst SOME "sisters" that don't even want me.

What do you think? Should these black recruits be seen as trailblazers who infiltrate a system or as tokens?