Join us, as we host our 37th International Conclave! On Friday, July 26th, our keynote speaker will be Ms. Sybrina Fulton, the mother of the late Trayvon Martin. Tickets can be purchased here.
A huge congratulations to Bro. Lawrence Thomas (3-Gamma Mu-15) for receiving the Ed Block Courage Award. The 40th Ed Block Courage Awards program was held on March 10th at the Renaissance Hotel - Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD.
Ed Block Mission
The Ed Block Courage Award Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to supporting the well-being of abused, neglected and at-risk children throughout our Courage House National Support Network for Kids. Through our partnership with the National Football League, the Foundation cultivates awareness at each Courage House and helps to raise funds for their programs and initiatives. - edblock.org
Join us for the inauguration of our International Grand Polaris, Bro. Andre R. Manson and International Grand Vice Polaris, Bro. Sean D. Housen!
The event will take place on Friday, January 12th, 2018 at 6:30pm at the Royal Sonesta Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, MD. The ceremony will feature founders of the Fraternity, current and former fraternal leaders, and a host of friends and associates.
Grand Council members will be duly sworn into office during this event.
The Beta Omicron Omega and Eta Nu chapters, along with the ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., hosted an event for #MuchMoreThanAHashtag on Jury Selection on Founders Day, September 19th. The event's guest was Frank Walker, criminal defense attorney from Pittsburgh.
Walker is one of the most sought after criminal defense attorneys in Western Pennsylvania due to his reputation for real talk, real experience and real results.
For more information on the Beta Omicron or Eta Nu chapters, please visit ACR Iotas.
For more information on Attorney Frank Walker, please view his page here.
For more information on the #MuchMoreThanAHashtag Initiative, click here to see our Service Initiatives.
The Council of Presidents stand together with our membership against the violence and protest that occurred this weekend in Charlottesville, Va. by the evil, racist, thoughtless individuals who identify themselves as white supremacist. As anti-racism organizations, we are committed to purposefully identifying and challenge issues of race and color and the impact on our members and others.
Click here to read the full response.