"I was a Phi Delta Theta at the University of Georgia from 2012-2016, and during my first year in recruitment, our chapter wanted to offer bids to several black men who were rushing. When our recruitment chair shared the plans with our chapter advisor told us that we would lose all of our alumni support and funding if we offered them the bids. He asked, “don’t you think y’all already have enough color?” Referring to several other new pledges that were not white—none of whom were black. We were explicitly told that our chapter would cease to be supported if we offered black men bids to the chapter."