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How Did You ‘Stroll To The Polls’?

Black fraternities and sororities are showing up and out

Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority dance during an early voting mobilization event at the Central Florida Fairgrounds on October 19, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Photo: Octavio Jones/Getty Images

Perhaps you’ve already seen the image below, or you already know about the nation’s historically Black sororities and fraternities and their role in U.S. elections.

If not, here are the CliffsNotes. These organizations extend well beyond college and maintain public service…




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