NPHC Statement from the Leaders of The Four Historically African American Sororities

As leaders of the four historically African American sororities, we are united in our belief that Sorority Sisters, which aired Monday,December 15, 2014 on VH1, poses a shameful affront to our proud legacies of service, scholarship and sisterhood.

ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INCORPORATED CALLS FOR PROTEST THROUGH SOCIAL ACTION

As a leading international women’s service organization with a 94-year commitment to the advancement of our communities, Zetas worldwide pray for peace and healing, not only in Ferguson, Missouri, Staten Island, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio, but also all across our nation. We recognize that the events surrounding the […]

Beyond the Ferguson Grand Jury Decision – A joint statement from the presidents of the National Pan-Hellenic Council

By now we learned that the Grand Jury chose to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown. As members of the Divine Nine, organizations founded by African-American men and women, we unfortunately know that deaths like the death of Michael Brown — and the […]

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Partners with Women Veterans ROCK

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated signed a historic agreement with Women Veterans ROCK to become the leading national and international voice that engages, inspires and empowers women and girls in military families to successfully transition from military service to civic and community leadership, which will benefit the common good […]