Fraternities and sororities are not often thought of as the starting points for social justice education, especially not historically White fraternities and sororities. In this paper, I outline the missions and values of a select group of historically White fraternities to better understand the foundation from which they are starting their organization. I give an overview of Critical Race Theory (CRT) that gives context for how critical race theory can work in higher education. I conclude with recommendations for reworking historically White fraternities with a CRT lens; recommendations are written for national organizations and students, and then for professional staff working with fraternities and sororities, especially historically White fraternities.
Heenehan, Fonda M.
"The Space They Take: Evaluating Historically White Fraternities through Critical Race Theory,"
The Vermont Connection: Vol. 41
, Article 15.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/tvc/vol41/iss1/15