I hear you. That's why I was asking. I don't want to belong to anything that would discriminate or think they're better than everyone else. I imagine whatever group someone may join, their can be members who are like that but I'm thinking more in terms of the majority or the groups beliefs.<quoted text>They were the organization who objected to having a black opera singer at the Washington Memorial but that was the 1930's. My sisters MIL was a member:she said it was a nice ladies club, but Betty would be 94 if she were alive now.
If you qualify and want to be in a nice ladies club, make sure they have modernized their thoughts and go for it.
I think the history side of it is interesting and that's why I would be interested in DAR. Meeting the requirements isn't anything great or bad -- it's something I didn't do I was just born.