Let's state facts about the different sororities and fraternities and find out some unknown or known facts....I'll start ( If I 4got u just add on, enlighten me so next time I will know)
~The lovely word DELTA means change (coughs)
~Phi Beta Sigma are the sponsers of The Million Man March
~AKA was the first sorority in the United States organized by Black women to be incorporated.
~Delta Sigma Theta has the most chapters (NPHC) (300+)
~The late Esther Rolle was a lovely lady of Zeta Phi Beta (dayum dayum dayummmm) I loved me some Florida Evans R.I.P
~Civil Rights leader Rosa Parks is a lovely member of Alpha Kappa Alpha
~Calvin Murphy (NBA Hall of Famer) is an Iota
~Current Miss America Erica Dunlap is a lady of Delta Sigma Theta
~Rick James is a member of Phi Beta Sigma ( i'm Rick James beeeoottch)
~60% of all Black Male Doctors are Alpha Men
~The greatest basketball player of all time Michael Jordan is an Omega
~Ladies all over the world loved Wilt Chamberlin Kappa style...
Hmm... :idea: Did you know that :idea: ...
...Phi Beta Sigma is the PHIrst and ONLY Black Greek- Letter Fraternity to have one of its members on the face of a U.S. Coin
(George Washington Carver... The 1951 Half Dollar)
Did u know.....
:arrow: T.C. Carson (Kyle Barker from Living Single) is an Iota man.
:arrow: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc was the first black sorority to charter international chapters and organize internal affairs within a central national office.
:arrow: Sigma Gamma Rho was founded by 7 women, 6 of them being teachers.
**Hmmmm what else is there to know....**
The 22 founding members of Delta Sigma Theta were orignally fully initiated members of Alpha Kappa Alpha.
Are you sure? cuz I was sure that they weren't...
:arrow: All 22 founding members of Delta Sigma Theta were fully initiated members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. It has been said that their influence to 'change' came from the men of Omega Psi Phi, I am still researching this for clarity((only because I LOVE history 8) ))
:arrow: DST's first project was participation in the Women's Suffragette March of 1913
:arrow: Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha openly defied the Howard University administration and also participated in this march, for those who wanna know where we were when it happened, we were definitely there :wink:
:arrow: There is a huge misconception that the 22 founding members of DST were also the founders of AKA. Our founders had long moved on to AKA graduate chapters before DST was ever even founded.
:arrow: Ethel Hedgemen, the driving force behind the founding of AKA, married her childhood sweetheart George Lyle, a charter member of Beta Chapter(Howard U) Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.<---which was also the first frat chartered on HU's campus
:arrow: Frogs are in no way associated with AKA. We have no official symbol besides the ivy leaf---no animals.
:arrow: Delta Sigma Theta is the largest BGLO with over 200,000 members
Be back with more 8)
Phi Beta Sigma and Zeta Phi Beta spawned the two largest latin-based fraternity and sorority Sigma Lambda Beta and Sigma Lambda Gamma
While Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a member of Alpha, his father Martin Luther King Sr. was a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
Steal all the good ones why don't you sawrah?
Alpha Phi Alpha is one of the largest contributors of time and donations to the March of Dimes.
Love you too phrat
Our chapter participates with the phrats on our campus for March of Dimes, we also prepare arts and crafts for the kids and refreshments for the walkers/runners after the march each year 8)
Three of the founders of Delta Sigma Theta dated and married brothers of the Beta chapter at Howard University. Alphas and Deltas have kept close connections throughout history as at least five of our general presidents and one founder have made Delta women their wives.
Dr. Henry Minton, co-founder of Sigma Pi Phi in 1904 later joined Alpha Phi Alpha.
Hubert Horatio Humphey, former Vice-President of the United States and the namesake of the Minnesota Metrodrome, is an honorary member of Alpha Phi Alpha. We no longer award honorary membership.