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There is an old joke that the late great comedian Dick Gregory used to tell about educated Black men in the South. Gregory asks the audience, “You know what they call a Black man with a Ph.D. in the South? A Nigger.” While the owner of the upscale Cypress Inn, located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, did…

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Pledging a fraternity is one of the greatest experiences a college student can have, especially at a Historically Black College or University. It is a binding of traditions that have been passed down for more than 100 years in Alpha Phi Alpha, Omega Psi Phi and Phi Beta Sigma. But there is one tradition that…

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The number of NBA players who are member of Greek fraternities is miniscule, but they include some of the greatest players who ever laced up a pair of sneakers. Most people will be surprised at just who pledged in college and for what fraternity. Take a look at the NBA players who are in Greek…

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Calling all Greek HBCU alumni! This is the weekend to be in Hotlanta. The 2013 Atlanta Greek Picnic weekend is the biggest and best Greek weekend in the country. Don’t miss out on any of the events taking place. It’s time to catch up with old friends and reminisce. Check out the full Greek weekend guide here. 

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Colin Rand Kaepernick, 25, is a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. He graduated high school with a 4.0 GPA and played college football for the University of Nevada-Reno Wolf Pack, where he made quite an impression in the 2011 Senior Bowl and proved worthy enough to be drafted by the 49ers in the second…

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Denying that he ever intended his gay wedding to have any affiliation with or reflect his Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, Nathaneal Gay appeared on the “Tom Joyner Morning Show” on Thursday, Oct. 11 2012, to refute what he called erroneous and misleading information printed in the media about his marriage to Robert Brown in Kentucky.…

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You’ve already heard the deafening roar of disapproval from members of Kappa Alpha Psi after two of their fellow black Greek frat members threw an elaborate and expensive same-sex union bash recently. Now it’s time to flip the script and view the sentiments from the other side. Amid the blizzard of denunciations were words of…

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Wayne K. Brown, a beloved and influential member of Atlanta’s media community, has passed away. He lost his battle with cancer. With more than three decades of experience in broadcasting and marketing, Brown was recently tapped by Streetz 94.5 FM, Atlanta’s new Hip-Hop Station, to serve as their general manager. Brown also served as senior partner…

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