Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Delta Zeta Chapter

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Welcome to our site

Welcome to www.dzbantu.com, the official website of the Delta Zeta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Our site contains a wealth of historical information about our grand fraternity and its rich history, our chapter and our beloved college, Central State University. Use the Share (by addthis.com) link to share pages within our site, bookmark and connect to your social networking pages.

 

Delta Zeta is the 100th undergraduate chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi and a member of the East Central Province. Established in 1952 by G. Thurston Frazier and George F. David II, Delta Zeta proudly remains a prominent chapter in the long and illustrious history of Kappa Alpha Psi. Read more...

 


A dream and a vision

The journey from a dream to a reality began in the year 1911, when 10 astute men from various backgrounds had a vision to improve the lives of black students on the campus of Indiana University. The initial thought of forming a bond of fraternity was instantly accepted by the Founders and crystallized into an organization that more than 100,000 men have the privilege of enjoying nearly 100 years later. Read more...

 

Ten Great Men

  

  

 

 

In the beginning, there were 10. Ten men, from various social and economic backgrounds, who saw the need to organize and unite with the purpose of forming a brotherhood that would exemplify the meaning of fraternity in every sense of the word. The Founders of Kappa Alpha Psi having experienced the bias that existed in the state of Indiana, in particular the city of Bloomington, bonded almost immediately and  brought forward a new approach to an old problem. Read more...

 

 

 

 

 

Delta Zeta News

Omar Powell

Black Men's Think Tank announces scholarship in the name of Founder, Omar Powell. Click here for more details.


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Photo Albums

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