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Phi Beta Sigma celebrates centennial

January 3, 2014

The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity will celebrate its 100th anniversary this month, and local and national groups are making plans to celebrate throughout the year.

The fraternity, one of nine predominately African-American fraternities and sororities, was founded by Abram Langston Taylor, Leonard Francis Morse and Charles Ignatius Brown on Jan. 9, 1914 at Howard University in Washington D.C. In the 100 years since, more than 150,000 men across more than 700 chapters have become members of the fraternity.

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