Profiling Omega Psi Phi Fraternity's History
Letters from Founders
Brothers Edgar Love & Oscar Cooper
Que's 100th celebration in D.C.
Ques at national, district and local events throughout the country. Also postal stamps featuring Omegas.
Lottie Wilson, Omega's first woman member
According to Beta's Brother Raymond Salley, Charlotte "Lottie" Wilson was one of the most wonderful women to
ever grace the planet.
Brother Salley's assessment of Lottie Wilson was not an overstatement for it was her life of sharing that helped Omega begin Beta Chapter in
1914 at Lincoln University.
View 1956 Oracle Story
Bro. Dosh Jackson at 100
An interview with Brother Dosh Jackson.
Share Brother Jackson's connection with Founder Bro. Edgar Love. Brother Jackson is one of the oldest living Omega men at 100 years old.
Brother Charles Young
U.S. Army Colonel Charles Young was Omega's second honorary member.
Story and Podcast in Profiles
Omega's 100th Birthday
Grand Basileus Bro. Andrew Ray at the Centennial Rededication and Founders Day Ceremony at Howard University in Washington, DC on November 17, 2011.
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A "Red Tail" Connection
As an Air Force cadet in the 1950s, Bro. Frank Fennell was trained by the Tuskegee Airmen.
Story in Profiles
Omega's Joe Black
Pi Chapter's Joe Black was the first Black pitcher to win a Major League World Series game in 1952.
Story/podcast in Profiles
Oracle Magazine, 1945
Enclosed is a picture of Omega men who were assigned to the Tuskegee Army Air Field in 1945.
Bro. John Williams, Photographer Emeritus