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Historically Black Sororities and Fraternities often referred to as the "Divine Nine," have deep roots in promoting social change, academic excellence, and service to marginalized communities.

Established against the backdrop of racial segregation, they have provided a supportive network for black students, emphasizing personal growth, professional development, and a strong sense of cultural identity.


Through their commitment to philanthropy, advocacy, and mentorship, historically Black sororities and fraternities continue to inspire unity, social progress, and empowerment while leaving a profound impact on the broader society.