Wednesday morning, several hundred University of Alabama students marched from the university library to the administration building.
The students gathered on the steps of the administration building holding a large banner that read "Last stand in the schoolhouse door."
The discovery of institutional racism within the Greek system was first made public in a piece by the school's newspaper, The Crimson White.
The piece named four sororities: Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Delta Delta, Chi Omega, and Pi Beta Phi.
It also revealed that the last black student to pledge a non-black sorority was in 2003.
The crowd outside the administration building included students involved in Greek life and those who aren't.
The Associated Press spoke to Yardena Wolf, a 19-year-old sophomore and member of Alpha Omicron Pi.
She moved out of her sorority house after breaking sorority policy by criticizing the segregation on social media.
A lot of students who come to the University Of Alabama from out-of-state say they're shocked by how much institutional racism they encounter.
President Bonner announced that sororities will be required to start a new recruitment process aimed at bringing diversity to campus Greek life.
Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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