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Authors

Casey Kelly

Date

4-3-2019

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Racial justice, Social reform, Greek-letter organizations

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Historically, fraternities and sororities on college campuses have mirrored broader social and cultural patterns when it comes to issues of race and racism. That includes patterns of oppression and exclusion, as well as racial uplift and cultural validation. University of Maine assistant professor of higher education Kathleen Gillon analyzes these themes in the latest issue of New Directions for Student Services, for which she also served as lead editor.

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Racial Justice_Division of Marketing and Communications_2021_01_14b

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Gillon explores issues of race in the history of fraternity, sorority life

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