Any already active chapter at HBCU start accepting women?
As far as I can tell, in every case where there are women brothers at an HBCU, one of two things has happened.
1) The chapter rechartered in the last 10 years with both men and women recharterers.
2) The chapter, while active, had no active brothers on campus and brothers from both genders transfered in.
I'd appreciate anyone letting me know if they know of a case where a chapter with active brothers at an HBCU decided to allow women to pledge where they hadn't the previous year/semester/etc.
If Felony charges are filed, it isn't a misunderstanding.