What was the first black fraternity?

Answer Alpha Phi Alpha was the first official Greek letter organization established specifically for African Americans. Though it became interracial in 1945, the fraternity remains a historically black fr... Read More »

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Which black fraternity has the most members?

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is the nation's largest black collegiate organization. The organization was founded in December 1906 at Cornell University in New York. It includes more than 600 c... Read More »

Who was the first Black Marine to arrive at the Corp's Black Boot Camp in Montford Point?

Howard P. Perry of Charlotte, North Carolina 0n 26 August 1942.

What is a fraternity smoker?

A fraternity smoker is a meeting that fraternity members host for individuals desiring to join. The smoker provides a discussion on how to apply to the fraternity and members explain fraternity rul... Read More »

What was the first historically black college?

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, established in 1837 as the Institute for Colored Youth in Philadelphia, was the first historically black college in the U.S. The university's founding was largel... Read More »