Brother Horace Henry [Alpha Phi, '68], a 21-year-old student from Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University), had grabbed a camera on his way out the door that morning as he and his fellow Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity brothers got on their way to honor King.
Upon arrival at the service, someone, seeing the camera around Henry’s neck, ushered him to..
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The question of “What do we do after Mizzou?” was posed last week as members of the university community met to discuss the way forward after racial strife at the University of Missouri sparked a national debate over racial issues on college campuses.
Brother Jalen Hamilton [Nu Rho, '12], Chapter President for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, spoke on the power of student organizations unifying. Mario Morrow, BSU President, elaborated on black organizational unity on campus....
The West Harlem Art Fund has partnered the Harlem Chapter of the fraternal organization Alpha Phi Alpha. WHAF will offer internships to these high school students bound for college. The students will focus on...
Brother Roy Tatem, Working Campaign Trail for Senator Bernie Sanders
Brother Roy Tatem [Beta Gamma,'96], is leading the presidential campaign trail working hard as the deputy director for African American Outreach for the Bernie Sanders for President campaign. Brother Tatum coordinated his candidate's Dec. 8 tour of the struggling Sandtown-Winchester section of Baltimore where brother Joshua Harris is currently a candidate for Mayor. You will often see Brother Tatum right next to Sen. Sanders....Read More >
Brother Alston Named Top 40 Under 40
Brother LeMaris Alston [Beta Upsilon, '03] is the cofounder of Gallery 450, a multifunctional space in Downtown Mobile that serves as an art gallery, event hall and office space. He also works as a photographer and a mentor of his own successful Bounce Back Youth Leadership Program....Read More >
The theme's for both the 2016 Belford V. Lawson Debate Competition and the Hobart S. Jarrett Debate Competition are available by clicking here.
Brother H. Gray Gillem, 16th Eastern Region Vice President, Enters Omega
Brother H. Gray Gillem [Beta '41], many affiliations include – Charter member and Past President of Theta Rho Lambda; Western Director for the Alpha Chapters in Virginia; Chairman of the National Pan-Hellenic Council in Northern Virginia; the American Legion; and President of Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Holy Name Society, just to name a few.
Journalist Michael J. Feeney [Gamma Sigma, '03] died Sunday afternoon at the age of 32 from complications while being treated for kidney disease at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, said his mother, Reba Willis.
Feeney, who was president of the New York Association of Black Journalists from 2012 until December, was well known for his efforts to diversify journalism, the help he provided to young journalists and for....Read More >
The application for the Alpha Phi Alpha General Office Internship is now officially open. The summer internship will be from June 1-August 12, 2016 at the General Office, located in Baltimore, MD. To find out more information and to complete the application, please visit the national website here. Applications must be received by April 11, 2016, 8p.m. EST to be reviewed for consideration. If you have any questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brother Damola Ogundipe [Mu '09] has been working on his startup, Civic Eagle, an app that aims to get more people involved with politics, for the last year. If you don't already have our mobile application, EAGLE on your iPhone (coming soon to Android), don't forget to download it.