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.
This Centennial Commission initiative was funded with proceeds from the 2020 Visionary Campaign, the first of several major initiatives to be completed by the Commission. Further, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated matched the Centennial Commission donation through Boulé 2014 profit and a generous anonymous gift.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was trending as #1 in Social Media on Founders’ Day – 1/16/15 and highlighted on CNN’s HLNtv.com
Ninety-five years ago on the campus of Howard University, five women stepped up to create an organization that would be action-oriented, scholastically advanced, engaged in their communities, and embody the true meaning of finer womanhood. They created this zealous organization that we all hold so dear to our hearts. Today as we honor our Founders’ and celebrate 95 years of service, we are also stepping into the next level of achievement, the Centennial. I am so excited to lead you as we launch our Journey to Centennial.
Over the next five years, we will be taking the time to recognize the greatness of our Founders , strengthen our principles, and exhibit to the world the community-conscious, action-oriented leaders Zeta Women are. Read more…
On Friday January 9th in Houston, Texas; over 300 Sorors attended the Zeta Centennial Launch Party and began their Journey to Centennial. We kicked off the evening with a welcome and official launch from Madame Grand Wright, which was followed by a stellar Centennial overview from Madame Past Grand Tearte and recognition from our brothers, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated. Read more…