Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated donates $250,000 to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
The name of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated will be prominently displayed in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in perpetuity. The Sorority’s name will be etched in stone for the September 24, 2016 opening of the museum when President Barack H. Obama cuts the ribbon.
The Museum is located in a prominent position on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Artifacts of Zeta’s history will be displayed in the Museum along with other Divine 9 organizations. The exhibits will tell the African American story from slavery, to the Civil Rights movement, through the presidency of President Barack Obama. Zeta’s contribution will be highlighted in the museum with other major donors.
Torchbearers of a Legacy
The extraordinary women, sisters, youth groups and friends of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. are proud to share a legacy of service.
Our accomplishments are celebrated by the many beneficiaries of the commitment, dedication, and creativity of leaders and members who constantly answer the calls to assist our communities.
Zetas are phenomenal women. We represent the collective power of all people when unified by a common spirit and a mission-oriented life. We reiterate the celebration of our diversity and the respect of kindred hearts.
January 16, 1920
With The Centennial Passport You Can
- Capture this once-in-a-lifetime journey with the convenience of a passport that will be “stamped” at each major mile-marker of our Centennial experience.
- Reflect on the words of our Founders and other Zeta leaders. Record your experiences from events.
- Stay focused by periodically thinking about the progress on your Journey to Centennial. Secure your passport as you join “The Journey to Centennial”!
Note: Some chapters, states and regions will be supporting this as a project for their 2020 Visionary contribution to the Centennial and it will be available at various conferences. If you prefer, please order your copy now!
Available in White or Blue
USAGE OF THE CENTENNIAL MARKS
Official Centennial marks are not to be used in any form unless approved in writing by the Centennial Commission. This policy also applies to individual members as well as organized groups within the Sorority. To learn more, visit the Official Centennial Marks and Usage Guidelines.