Chance, Inc. (ABC)
The only domestic and most established academic talent search for minority youth.
A. Philip Randolph Institute & A. Philip Education Fund
An organization dedicated to increasing awareness and involvement of African American politicians at local, state, and national levels of government.
African American Museum Association (AAMA)
An institution whose purpose is to encourage and promote the celebration of African American culture and heritage through public exhibitions.
African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME)
An African Methodist Episcopal church committed to helping the needy, feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, and supplying jobs for those in need.
Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (AMEZ)
A Methodist Episcopal Zion church established to spiritually and academically support institutions of higher education.
A private, not-for-profit organization devoted to bettering the access to food, water, health care, refuge assistance, and a greater quality of life in rural Africa.
Historical and Genealogical Society
An African American organization encouraging academic research into African American history and geology.
Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKA)
Founded in 1908, this group has set out to improve social, economic, cultural, and health conditions throughout the United States and the world.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc
First started in 1906 and the oldest predominantly black Greek Letter fraternity in America, this organization's purpose is to foster academic excellence while serving the community.
Chi National Sorority, Inc.
Originally founded in 1963, this sorority's primary focus is a strong fundraising effort to benefit many charities.
Association for Affirmative Action (AAAA)
Created for professionals committed to the implementation of affirmative action and equal opportunity across the nation.
Association of Black in Energy (AABE)
An African American association's most paramount of tasks is the constant reinforcement of ensuring that minority voices are taken into account in regards to the development of national energy policies.
Bridge Association (ABA)
Formed by African American tennis players in response to being excluded from most bridge events.
Council on Education, Office of Minorities in Higher Education
Provides aid to minority administrators in both predominantly white and historically black institutions of higher education around the world.
Health and Beauty Aids Institute (AHBAI)
A trade association for companies of minority ownership whose manufacturing includes ethnic health and beauty products.
League of Financial Institutions (ALFI)
Embodied by 51 African American, Hispanic, Asian American, women-owned, and/or women-managed savings and loan institutions whose goals are to promote and produce thrift and home ownership among minority groups.
Amistad Research Center
Makes accessible to the public a collection of scholarly source material on ethnic history and race relations in the United States.
Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine, Inc. (AEAONMS)
A charitable and benevolent fraternal order that sponsors programs to curb delinquency and drug use among black youth while lending support to education through scholarships.
A not-for-profit federation of health and human services agencies whose contributions enable and assist community based organizations serving New York neighborhoods in need of most aid.
for Multi-Cultural Counseling and Development
Encourages improvement on ethnic and racial empathy and understanding through the use of comprehensive programs.
Association of Black Admission and
Financial Aid Officers of the Ivy League and Sister Schools (ABAFAOILSS)
A professional educational subset of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and its sister schools for minority admissions and financial aid officers.
of Black American Ambassadors (ABAA)
Originally created to advance public understanding of diplomacy and to provide a forum for an exchange of views between its members and various arms of government responsible for shaping foreign policy.
of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE)
For men and women on staffs or boards of corporate and foundation grant-making organizations.
of Black Psychologists
An association geared towards uniting black psychologists, both professionals and students, to encourage the psychological well-being of African Americans.
Association of Black Sociologist (ABS)
For African American sociologists with doctorates who contribute to research and publish findings on black experiences.
of Black Women in Higher Education (ABWHE)
An organization and association of black women, established to foster and expand the historically substantive role of African American women in higher education.
of Minority Enterprises of New York (AMENY)
A group for minority businesses and functions to foster economic, commercial, and industrial growth.
Development Committee, Inc.
A committee whose essential purpose is the accumulation of dependable audiences for black theater and dance companies.
Agency Executives (BAE)
Shines a light on the growing need for African American executives in the not-for-profit human service community of New York City.
Awareness in Television (BAIT)
An organization that communicates and presents black ideas to the community, encourages affirmative action in the media, and facilitates communications for black groups through the means of electronic media.
Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA)
Calls attention to the need of facilitated access to library services in African American communities.
Filmmakers Foundation (BFF)
A not-for-profit organization founded to develop awareness of black independent film and video as an important means of artistic movement.
Black Psychiatrists of America (BPA)
A resource of psychiatric information, education, and training for African American psychiatrists on the special mental health needs of the black population.
Retail Action Group, Inc.
Formed to stimulate minorities' interest in the field of retailing at all levels.
Unites Front (National Black United Front NBUF)
An alternative African American movement organization that develops programs geared toward strengthening black families.
Provides a platform of regular discussion on issues of concern to black women.
Women in Church and Society (BWCS)
Provides leadership, training, and develops support structures to help women in fulfilling responsibilities brought on by their increased participation in religious activities in the U.S. and in the Third World.
Women in Publishing (BWIP)
Supplies information, moral support, and a network used to exchange ideas and improve skills for black professional women in the publishing field.
Women's Network (Los Angeles)
Gives access to resources and networking opportunities for professional and entrepreneurial women, as well as those seeking to develop, start, or transfer careers.
First started to promote the interests of African American civil servants working in federal, state, and local levels of government.
A not-for-profit foundation that operates in five different areas: resource development, international development and cooperation, science and technology, telecommunications, and public policy research.
Policy Review Council
A networking organization for corporate executives working in the African American community.
An organization that strongly encourages the social and educational civic involvement of its members.
American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.
Formed to promote economic development between Caribbean American enterprises and business endeavors as well as most other minority owned businesses.
Phi Sorority, Inc.
An international sorority comprised of both graduate and undergraduate students who are either commencing, enrolled, or graduating from and into the nursing profession.
A group whose purpose is the developing of better cultural, civic, and social relations through charitable, educational, and religious activities.
of Black Trade Unionists
A union based organization set on the improvement of social-economic level of minorities while concurrently strengthening trade unionism in general by bringing more African Americans into the labor movement.
of Minority Public Administrators
A conference of administrators dedicated to bettering the government and striving for excellence through public service.
of Prince Hall Grand Masters
A conference group that furnishes broad guidance to many programs that routinely contribute annually to the national civil rights organizations of many classifications.
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
Originally created during the civil rights movement of the 1960's, this group maintains the goal of confronting manifestations of racism and discrimination in America.
Congressional Black Caucus
Comprised of African American members of the U.S. House of representatives who serve as a catalyst for the economic, educational, and social concerns of blacks and other lesser represented Americans of varied backgrounds.
Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
First started to support and conduct nonpartisan research, technical assistance, training education, and informational activities as well as create programs whose purpose is to advance political participation by African Americans and other minority group members.
for Graduate Studies in Management
A consortium established to hasten the promotion and advancement of minorities into managerial positions in many varying fields of business.
Constituency for Africa
Set up as a constituency for a broad based coalition of organizations, institutions, and individuals committed to the constant progression and diligent development of African Nations.
An institution which takes pride in creating programs and services for children and youth with the intent focus on the special needs of their participants.
Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
A sorority that encourages academic achievement through scholarship aid and endowments for distinguished professionals.
A determined and driven group of professional women in support of the civic, charitable, and educational endeavors developing within the community.
A national business and professional sorority that works to create congenial fellowship among businesswomen and assist them in building professional business careers.
Executive Leadership Council
A not for profit, independent, non-partisan organization made up of high ranking African American executives from Fortune 100 business corporations.
Federation of Southern Cooperatives Land
A resource guide, advocacy group, and technical assistance advisory for member coops on black land loss and land retention in the southeast.
An international endeavor whose primary goals are the search to adequately enrich community welfare in general through the volunteer services of a variety of projects.
Music Workshop of America
A musical institution of Gospel which gives detailed workshops with the intent to inspire gospel and spiritual music in its members.
Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc.
This organization was founded with the intentions of emphasizing academic awareness and good ethical standards amongst college men of a variety of criteria.
Benevolent Protective Order of Elks of the World
A not-for-profit fraternal institution assigned the task of conducting charitable activities by means of various civic, education, and religious programs. www.ibpoew.net
Association of Black Professional Fire Fighters
A group for fire fighters, which was formed with the understanding of the need to shine a bright light on the needs of black fire fighters throughout the United States of America.
International Black Writers
A committee of authors and journalists committed to encouraging black writers nationwide to produce fiction and non-fiction work concerning black ideas, concepts, and ideologies.
Lambda Sorority, Inc.
An international organization of business and professional women whose mission is the worthwhile contribution to changing social and economic patterns.
Theta Fraternity, Inc.
A national social service organization of both graduate and undergraduate students who insists on creating new traditions rather than relying on existing ones.
Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
A charitable group that provides educational, cultural, civic, and social programs for minority youth.
Jackie Robinson Foundation
A not-for-profit organization preserving the legacy of Baseball Hall of Fame great Jackie Robinson through the distribution of scholarships in higher education, while creating educational and leadership development programs for minority youths.
Center for Political and Economic Studies
A center focused on helping black Americans participate completely and effectively in the organizations that govern our society.
Unity, Generosity, and Service, Inc. (JUGS)
A national charitable organization comprised of business and professional women whose primary concern is the welfare of children.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
A fraternity intent on fostering black achievement on college campuses across the country by providing a support group and resource for African American men of culture, patriotism, and honor.
Lambda Kappa Mu Sorority, Inc.
A strong minded sorority who engaged in bringing together business and professional women to promote the sorority's ideals, sisterhood, achievement, scholarship, and service.
Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Formed after President John F. Kennedy appealed directly to the nation's leading private lawyers to support the struggle for equality among black citizens. www.lawyerscommittee.org
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights
A coalition group of major national organizations, which represents a variety of associations, such as African Americans, Hispanics, and Asian American labor groups, major religious groups, women, the elderly, the handicapped, and other minority businesses and professions.
Inc.This organization promotes educational, civic, and cultural
activities to enrich the lives of its members and of the world community.
Income Housing Information Service (National Low Income Housing Coalition)
A non-membership endeavor with subscribers of all races nationwide that provides information for housing organizations, advocates, activists, and people of low income on the requirements for affordable housing in America.
Minority Business Enterprise Legal
Defense and Education Fund
Organized for the public interest to provide information and legal assistance to help with the development of minority business nationwide.
Free and Accepted Masons of the World, Inc.
Working through the Modern Free brotherhood method to train and educate leaders adjoined with the organization, as well as foster a set of definite goals in life on behalf of Masons and Stars.
Research Center (MSRC)
Located on the campus of Hoard University, this research center is one of the world's largest and most comprehensive repositories of several well-documented collections on the history and culture of people of African descent in the Americas, Africa, and Europe.
Worshipful National Grand Lodge and Accepted Ancient York Masons Prince Hall
Origin, National Compact, U.S.A., Inc.
Founded for its members to adhere to the concept of a Supreme Being, while contributing to nonmember grants, scholarships, and charities.
National Action Council for Minorities in
Founded to address the problem of the under representation of African Americans, Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Native Americans in the field of engineering.
Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE)
Developing black leadership and influencing policy within the educational community through NASBE's roster of black teachers, administrators, policymakers, and support personnel.
Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees (NAPFE)
Composed of federal and postal employees, the National Alliance seeks to improve the working conditions of its constituents as well as to bring about constructive social change.
Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education
Formed as a voluntary independent association by historically black colleges and universities, this organization is driven to articulate the need for a higher education system where race, income, and previous education are not determinants of either the quantity or quality of higher education.
Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Organized as a coalition of black political activists and white progressives, the NAACP operates through more than 2,200 branches for the advancement of African Americans.
Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
Originally set up as a national civil rights law firm, this group provides free legal representation to blacks in cases against discrimination in education, employment, voting, housing, health care, and administration of criminal justice.
National Association of Bench and Bar
This organization is comprised of spouses of attorneys and judges from the Unites States, the Virgin Islands, and Africa. Its role is to execute charitable and/or educational endeavors and to promote a closer union among spouses and surviving spouses of lawyers and judges on local, national, and international levels.
Association of Black Accountants, Inc.
Dedicated to the collaboration between accountants and accounting students with similar interest and ideals, who are equally committed to professional and academic excellence.
Association of Black Catholic Administrators
An association heading offices for black Catholic ministries in the Roman Catholic dioceses.
Association of Black County Officials
An association formed for black county officials to review, share, and develop responses to local and national issues affecting their constituency and county government.
Association of Black Journalists
Representing a majority of African American journalists in the nation's major newspapers, magazines, radio, and television stations and networks.
Association of Black Social Workers, Inc.
Organized to provide a structure and forum through which African American social workers and workers in related fields of social services can exchange ideas, offer services, and develop programs which work in cooperation, support, development, or sponsorship with community welfare projects and programs.
Association of Black-Owned Broadcasters
This association provides information on the broadcast industry and the Federal Communications Commissions to both the general public and to its members.
Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice
A national organization designed to examine and act upon the needs and concerns of African Americans and other minorities in the administration of equal justice in the United States.
National Association of Colored Women's
A group open to women interested in pursuing civic, education, and social-based activities, which will benefit the African American community at large.
Association of Health Service Executives
This association sponsors and participates in local and national programs and projects designed to improve quality, access, and availability of health service administration.
National Association of Investment
An association set up to aid private equity firms that invest in an ethnically diverse marketplace.
Association of Minority Contractors
This is a full-service, not-for-profit, educational association representing thousands of African American, Hispanic, Asian Pacific, and Native American construction contractors in the U.S. and the Virgin Islands.
Association of Minority Media Executives
Founded to establish relationships among experienced officers, editors, and business managers of color in media based industries in the United States.
Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs
Comprised of a coalition of local groups, this organization serves as a support network for tens of thousands of African American women in both professional and business functions.
Association of Neighborhoods
Formed to provide information, training, and technical assistance to neighborhood groups nationwide, this organization is tasked to inform constituent groups of legislation that would impact neighborhoods.
Association of University Women
An institution geared to providing nationwide organizational structuring to coordinate the concerns and activities of locally based groups of college women towards constructive work in education, public and civic affairs, as well as human relations.
National Association of Urban Bankers
(Urban Financial Services Coalition)
An organization made up of minority professionals in the banking industry, as well as other related financial fields.
The proud representative of the only trade association whose main task at hand is the representation of the interests of the nation's minority and women-owned banks.
National Baptist Convention of America,
As the second largest black Baptist group in America, this organization represents several thousand affiliated churches with a collective membership of four-and-a-half million people. Furthermore, this convention's primary objectives entail doing missionary work in Africa, the Caribbean, and South America to promote and improve home mission, education, and evangelical work.
Baptist Convention, U.S.A., Inc.
Boasting the largest organization in the world, this convention was originally established on the basis of a parent institute to a number of smaller black Baptist groups and has worked to unite black groups into a singular economic force.
Bar AssociationThis association contributes through
diligent work, the constant reassurance that equal justice prevails for all
Americans of any race.
Beauty Culturists League, Inc.
This professional cosmetology organization is dedicated to upgrading professional standards in the industry, all while assuring equal opportunities through fair licensing and state regulation practices.
Black Catholic Congress
Primarily initiated to employ and exhibit the rich gifts of African American history and heritage alongside the Roman Catholic Church, in the process becoming more efficient at evangelizing non-churchgoing African Americans.
National Black Caucus of Local Elected
A national not-for-profit, non-partisan organization formed to exert a positive influence on the National League of Cities as it develops policies and program activities that affect issues of concern to African Americans in an effort to provide an organizational structure for local black elected officials.
National Black Caucus of State
A black caucus established to function as an informational resource and network for African American state legislators.
Black Chambers of Commerce
Forged to promote the growth of black-owned businesses and support African American members of the chambers of commerce.
Black Child Development Institute
Standing firmly in support of the improvement of the quality of life and available opportunities for African American Children.
Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation
An alumni foundation set up to preserve and highlight the accomplishments and contributions of historically black colleges and universities and their alumni with the assistance from alumni, administrators, students, corporations, and not-for-profit organizations.
Black MBA Association, Inc.
A not-for-profit association for minorities who have received MBA's in both or either the private and public sectors.
Black Media Coalition
Founded as an organization of communication specialists to monitor African American participation in the media industry.
Black Nurses Association, Inc.
An association tasked with recruiting for the nursing field, operates as a job bank, functions as a resource for federal agencies to gather information concerning health care, and monitors federal legislation with a special focus on minorities.
Black Police Association, Inc.
An organization comprised of African American police members dedicated to the promotion of justice, fairness, and effectiveness in law enforcement.
Black Programming Consortium
A consortium for African American professionals across the United States working in the television industry and seeks to develop more positive portrayals of minorities.
National Black Public Relations Society
A public relations committee who was formed with the fundamental purpose of promoting and expanding the opportunities available to minorities in public relations.
National Black Republican Council
A political organization urging blacks to become more active in politics as members of the Republican Party.
Black United Fund
This fund has been founded with the purpose of the solicitation of charitable funds from African Americans so as to generously distribute the collected proceeds to deserving black organizations nationwide.
Bowling Association, Inc.
The oldest and largest predominately black athletic association in the U.S. organized at the time when African Americans were not readily allowed in many of the nation's bowling allies.
Brotherhood of Skiers
Primarily organized to promote both recreational and competitive skiing among minorities. This brotherhood also encourages black youth from around the country to participate in the organization's effort to identify, develop, and finance the training of future United States Ski Team members.
Caucus and Center on Black Aged, Inc.
Serves as an advocate on issues affecting the black elderly in regards to Congress and Federal agencies, as well as providing employment, housing and training opportunities for seniors.
Coalition of 100 Black Women
A not-for-profit volunteer coalition dedicated to community service, leadership development, and the enhancement of career opportunities through networking and programming.
National Conference of Black Mayors, Inc.
A non-partisan nationwide conference providing means of service to African American mayors across the nation.
Conference of Black Political Scientists
Formed by a group of political scientists concerned about the status of blacks in the discipline of science as well as that of the African American community in general.
National Dental Association
Designed to promote the professional development of black dentists, support comprehensive health care programs for the minority community, and establish a professional presence at legislative levels responsible for discussions on health care delivery.
Created by African American economists, this association aims to promote the professional careers of blacks within the field of economics and increase the number of minority economists in America.
Forum for Black Public Administrator
A comprehensive forum devoted completely to the advancement of black public administrative leadership in the United States.
Funeral Directors and Morticians Association, Inc.
First introduced by licensed funeral directors and morticians, this funeral association seeks to maintain high professional standards for the benefit of the public and their own business communities.
Promotes high standards in medical education and practice, helps eliminate racial discrimination in American medical institutions, and advances public education on health issues.
Minority Business Council, Inc.
A well-established business council whose priorities are the assistance with the needs of minority-run businesses.
Suppliers Development Council, Inc.
A council established to expand business opportunities for minority-owned companies, as well as encourage mutually beneficial economic links between minority suppliers and both the public and private sectors.
Naval Officers Association
Advertises professional and career development of minority officers in the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
Newspaper Publisher Association
This organization aids and represents the publishers of the several hundred black newspapers and magazines through the United States of America.
Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
Committed to the principles of justice as it is related to law enforcement and to ensure fairness in the pursuit of justice, as well as the elimination of racism and bias within law enforcement.
Organization of Minority Architects
An organization made up of architects on professional, graduate, and even student levels, as well as practitioners in related design fields.
A nationwide council tasked with the coordination of the activities of inter-collegiate Greek Letter sororities and fraternities who are active on black college campuses.
A not-for-profit organization that provides minority pharmacists with a viable means to contribute to their common improvement as well as to the public good.
National Congress of Black Women, Inc.
An independent, non-partisan political organization which encourages all African American women to participate in political processes as voters, political candidates, policymakers, fundraisers, and as political role models for aspiring youth.
Technical Association, Inc.
This organization is comprised of professional and student chapters who are involved in the study or practice of scientific or technological work, including engineering.
United Church Ushers Association of America, Inc.
A nationally united church association that clarifies and outlines a uniform system of ushering for its members and presents scholarships to young people. This association also routinely publishes a quarterly newsletter.
Urban League, Inc.
An interracial, not-for-profit community service organization with over 100 local affiliates and regional offices. Since 1910, the League has worked to eradicate racial discrimination and to champion political and economic equality for African Americans.
Concept Self Development Center, Inc.
A development center set up as a private not-for-profit human service agency intent on bridging the gap in availability of high quality mental health and social service in the inner city.
New Professional Theatre
Founded to increase opportunities in the performing arts for minorities with special emphasis on minority women involved in acting, dancing, singing, directing, and stage managing and other arts and crafts of the theatre.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
A fraternity dedicated to providing lasting experiences in communal living as well as fostering leadership skills to further provide a unique advantage to its fraternal members.
Hundred Black Men
One Hundred Black Men was originally created with the intention of achieving meaningful improvement to black housing, education, employment, health services, government, and the overall quality of life for minorities.
Represented as the only minority opera company owned and operated by blacks, its purpose is to provide additional opportunities for gifted minority singers, instrumentalists, directors, and conductors in the field of grand opera. www.operanorth.com
PUSH (Rainbow PUSH Coalition)
A human rights movement determined to pursue equality in economic and educational fields, as well as maintain justice around the world.
Industrialization Centers of America, Inc
This organization is made up of a network of employment and training programs bound together by a common commitment and dedication to serving the poor and unemployed.
Organization of Black Airline Pilots,
Inc. (Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals)
An organization established to ensure that African Americans and other minorities have access to a support group that could provide information on opportunities for advancement within commercial aviation.
Phelps Stokes Fun
This group is highly dedicated to the improvement of education for African Americans, American Indians, and whites in need.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
This Howard University fraternity is completely committed to community service, general academic excellence, and international awareness.
An organization of African American teachers who are dedicated to the fostering of a spirit of true sisterhood, all whilst upholding the very highest ideals in regards to the teaching profession at all levels.
Bugs Social and Civic Club
This club promotes social and civic cooperation among various women's groups while encouraging social, economic, educational, and cultural advancement. www.pinochlebugs.com
National Baptist Convention, Inc.
Began as a movement reflecting of the religious, social, and political climate of its time and later became a convention orchestrated by its earliest members involved in the freedom movement for African Americans in the United States.
Center for Research in Black Culture
A branch of the New York Public Library system, its focus remains on preserving an extensive private collection of books on African American culture by the late Arthur A. Schomburg.
Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Originally established at Butler University, this sorority has a primary focus of community outreach service, leadership training, and education enhancement for youths.
Phi Fraternity ("The Boule")
Established in Philadelphia in 1904, this fraternity prides itself in being the oldest predominantly African American Greek Letter fraternal society.
Christian Leadership Conference
A leadership conference that brings moral initiative, spiritual reinforcement, and avid recruitment against the struggles of racial oppression.
Poverty Law Center
A not-for-profit organization whose primary task is the upholding of the legal rights of the poor in general.
A non-membership organization and council working diligently to promote and enrich equality in American life.
National Medical Association, Inc
Established by students at Howard University and members of the National Medical Association to help recruit minority high school students into the medical profession.
Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund provides merit scholarships for students who plan on attending historically black colleges and universities, while simultaneously embracing business, higher education, and professional sports.
Rallies to marshal public opinion in the United States in favor of policies and practices which would achieve a more progressive U.S. foreign policy toward the nations of both Africa and the Caribbean, respectively.
Founded by veterans of the all black Air Force personnel, this group serves as a watchdog for minority concerns in the aerospace and aviation fields, as well as those interested newcomers and veterans alike, even granting scholarship aid to students entering the field.
This foundation is completely devoted and dedicated to the assistance in the work of black community based organizations.
Negro College Fund
A well-known and well-represented united college fund primarily organized to raise money for the nation's historically black private institutions of higher education.
National Alumni Council
An alumni council established as an umbrella organization for hundreds of thousands of alumni and currently enrolled students alike for the 42 UNCF member colleges.
Zeta Delta Phi Sorority, Inc.
A sorority founded on the principle of promoting academic excellence, providing positive role models, and encouraging the youth of the United States.
Beta Sorority, Inc.
Founded at Howard University, this sorority is committed to scholarship, cultural exposure, career guidance, and community service.