The Divine Nine: The History Of African-American And Sororities In America
Publish Date: 2000-01-01
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From the creation of the first black fraternity at Cornell in 1906 to the present day, a fascinating history of America's nine black fraternities and sororities explores the roles of these organizations in shaping generations of AfricanAmerican leaders and includes the personal recollections of Dionne Warwick, Toni Morrison, Duke Ellington, Bill Cosby, and many others.