The Historically Black Greek Letter Organization: Finding A Place and Making A Way
Apart from churches, fraternal and benevolent societies have long been the largest and most durable organizations in black communities. The founders and leaders of these organizations were in the vanguard of social change and made significant contributions to the widespread liberation, political, moral, temperance, and social reform movements that characterized the nineteenth century United States.
- By: Dr. Fred A Bonner II
- Type: PAPER (PDF)
- From Black History Bulletin Vol. 69, NO.1
- ISBN-13: N/A