You don’t see a pledge line that looks like this everyday in the south.
Even though the NPHC Organization are primarily African American, this Iota line has not one but TWO caucasian pledgees. For you northerners, this might not be a big shock but this probate took place at Western Kentucky University and the person who submitted this to our site wanted to let viewers know that lines like this do not happen that often in his part of the US.
The unnamed submitter also commented on how he though this was a great reflection of the progress that has occurred over the years,
“I just believe that this is such a big change in the generation we live in today. A positive change, because as a member of Iota Phi Theta this is upholds one of our mottos! ‘Building a Tradition, Not Resting Upon One’ This probate to me is one of the most unique ones I have seen yet!,” he stated in a note attached to the video.
Take a look at the probate and let us know about the what you think about the inclusivity of NPHC organizations in the comment section below.
Are NPHC organizations doing a good job at being inclusive or is there still more work to be done?
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