Eta Omega Chapter’s award-winning Omega Manhood Leadership Institute held the first session at its new home school today, Scott Elementary on Atlanta’s Northwest side. Three 5th graders and one 4th grader are currently enrolled, but we are still recruiting and...
Eta Omega Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated is pleased to announce that Ernest Green, who, in September of 1957, was one of nine Black students who needed a U.S. Army escort to desegregate Little Rock, Arkansas’ Central High School, will be the Keynote Speaker at the Chapter’s 2017 Achievement Week Banquet.
On July 11, 2017, Brother Moses Conrad Norman, Sr., the longest serving Grand Basileus in Omega Psi Phi Fraternity’s history, transitioned peacefully to Omega Chapter. He was 82. Family, friends, and Omega Men from around the country celebrated his life during his Memorial Service and Celebration of Life on July 17 and 18.
The Brothers of Eta Omega Chapter and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. as a whole mourn the death of Dr. Moses C. Norman, Sr., the Fraternity's 33rd Grand Basileus. "Brother Grand", as he was affectionately known, passed away on July 11. Bro. Norman was initiated into...
On May 2, Eta Omega recognized 30 Atlanta-area male high school graduating seniors for their scholastic achievements.
Omega Psi Phi’s Grand Basileus Antonio F. Knox has started an online petition to urge members of Congress to take up the cause of sentencing reform.
The program focused on the generation born prior to 1900; mostly former slaves or their children. Brother Carter G. Woodson, the Father of Black History, falls into that group.
The History and Archives Committee of Eta Omega Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity sponsored its second annual Kwanzaa Celebration at Atlanta’s Wolf Creek Branch Library.
On December 21, brothers delivered gifts collected from the Eta Omega toy drive to Dunbar Elementary School in Atlanta, and also at the Decatur location of Our House.
Eta Omega’s annual Achievement Week Awards Banquet was keynoted by retired 4-Star Army General Bro. William “Kip” Ward, who delivered engaging and uplifting remarks.