black fraternities

“FOUNDATIONS” History, Service, Culture Art Event to Benefit NPHCLA

The National Panhellenic Council, LA Foundation (NPHCLA) presents the art work of award-winning fine artist, Kathleen Atkins Wilson to kick-off Black History Month in style at this elegant fundraising event.  February 1, 2020 beginning at 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm located at 4006 Punta Alta Dr., Los Angeles, CA  90008.  The artist’s studio and gallery are nestled atop Baldwin Vista Estates overlooking the majestic city center of Los Angeles. 

Delta Sigma Theta Celebrates The Future While Honoring The Past

Following the kick off of the conference and the public meeting where Delta’s honored Gerald Freeny, the first African American President of the Tournament of Roses and longtime civil rights activist, Rev. Dr. James Lawson, Smith along with Farwest Regional Director Lydia Cincore-Templeton discussed with the Sentinel the mission of the Delta Sigma Theta, outlined their Five-Point Program Thrust, the work that the local chapters are doing to make a difference in their communities and the vision that keeps Delta one of the most dynamic and relevant organizations of its kind in the world. 

Alabama Develops Diversity Plan for Greek System

Targeted by protests following allegations of racial discrimination in its traditionally all-white sororities nearly three years ago, the University of Alabama said Friday it has developed a plan for increasing diversity in the Greek-letter groups in consultation with the Justice Department.