AlphaLegacy Project

The Eastern Region of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity is preparing to publish a Book of Histories of each of the chapters within the Eastern Region. Please submit photographs which highlight key moments in the chapter's history (national / local programs, special recognitions, etc.).

Regional News & Updates

Eastern Region Initiatives 2018

  Greetings Brothers of AlphaEast, It is my hope that you’ve all had a wonderful holiday and gained the faith that we will have a prosperous new year. As promised during the various District Conferences throughout the fall semester, I would like to take this time to introduce two (2) initiatives that I am excited to launch within our great region; the iPlay, iRead and OneALPHA Initiatives. More details are provided below. INITIATIVE #1:...

Happy New Year!

“I would urge that… brothers individually, would continue to be inspired to worthy actions through the ideas and visions of the Fraternity and its leadership and strive for even greater achievements in the future than we have in the past.” – Dr. Charles Harris Wesley, 1949   January 1, 2018 Greetings Brothers of the Eastern Region, First, Happy New Year Brother! It is our prayer that 2018 brings more blessings in your personal, professional...

The Little Things, The Simple Things, The Basic Things

Bro. Kirk D. Carrington II – Eastern Region Reclamation & Retention Chairman So often within the organization, brothers on all levels forget to be mindful of doing the little things, the simple things, the basic things; however, we wonder why transcendent steps are not made in the grand scheme of things. The answer is simple, we have NOT done the little things, the simple things, the basic things that secure the foundation of support...

Alpha Phi Alpha Receives $1 Million Federal Grant to Promote Mentoring, College Readiness

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. will work to reduce juvenile delinquency and to broaden college access in communities nationwide, thanks to a $1 million grant awarded by the US Department of Justice earlier this month. The funding supports the fraternity’s national Go-To-High-School, Go-To-College® program, and will target more than 5,000 males age 6-17 in 22 states, including Maryland, Louisiana, Mississippi, Illinois and California. “This comprehensive truancy and juvenile delinquency prevention effort offers high school...

First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All!