Alabama Colleges For a second straight year, Melody Twilley, a black student at the University of Alabama, has been rejected from joining an all-white sorority there. Noah Adams talks with Jeffrey Gettleman, the Atlanta bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, about the efforts to break the color barrier in the Greek system at the university.
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For a second straight year, Melody Twilley, a black student at the University of Alabama, has been rejected from joining an all-white sorority there. Noah Adams talks with Jeffrey Gettleman, the Atlanta bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, about the efforts to break the color barrier in the Greek system at the university.