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The Greek organization made headlines last August after a Chi Omega pledge posted a photo of herself and two other girls on Snapchat with a racist message bragging that their chapter had no black women.'What was expressed is absolutely reprehensible and completely inconsistent with Chi Omega's values and policies,' said the organization's post.
An Indiana-based sorority is making history by becoming one of the firsts to open its doors to transgender pledges nationwide.
Alpha Chi Omega, based in Indianapolis, announced the change last month in a video statement by President Angela Costley Harris, who said it was time for the 132-year-old organization to evolve.
Some local Greek chapters have already opened their doors to transgender members, but those who have updated their policies across the US are much more scarce.
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Notable alumnae of the sorority include ER actress Laura Innes and former US Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice.
The decision to welcome transgender pledges was met with enthusiasm from members who thought it was time for the Greek world to start recognizing all gender identities.