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Go to the 2013 AΦA Austin General Convention Homepage

A Successful Round of
 Region Conventions

Alpha Tours Mobile, Baton Rouge, Denver,
 Cincinnati, and Buffalo, NY 

Good food and old-fashioned Alpha hospitality collided with local customs from several cities as brothers gathered to do the business of Alpha. Click the link below to see what happened in your region. Click the second link to see the newly elected members of the Alpha Phi Alpha Board of Directors.
Newly Elected Board Members >

 Alpha Phi Alpha Austin Convention   

Free Converse for College Brothers

Thanks to support from Converse, registered college brothers at the 2013 General Convention in Austin will receive an awesome gift: a free pair of (high or low top) Converse Classic Chuck Taylors! College brothers, time is running out, don't miss your chance to be a part of history. Register Today!


 Nekerral Polk and his mentee BBBSA 

Brother Nekerral Polk Starts Something 'Big'
 as a Mentor with BBBSA

Active Brother Nekerral Polk, Kappa Xi '92, explains, "I became a Big Brother because more than 70% of our children who are waiting for a 'Big' are boys, but only three of every 10 inquiries to volunteer come from men. Too many African-American boys throughout the country are at risk of dropping out of school, getting involved...

Robbie Stokes, I Talk To Strangers 
Talking to Strangers with Brother Robbie Stokes

Active Brother Robbie Stokes, Iota Delta '07, is using technology and his relationships to do some powerful things – one stranger at a time. At 25 years old, he leads the worldwide program I Talk to Strangers, which demonstrates the power of relationship building and networking to young adults.

 Robbie, who is an active member of Alpha Phi Alpha, achieved what he calls “Social Success” at a young age. He has travelled across the country meeting people from all walks of life, sharing his story, hearing their stories and bringing communities closer together. His message is clear: we are all strangers, until we say 'hello.'

I Talk to Strangers is a social movement with the mission to bring the world together one conversation at a time. The purpose of the ITTS Foundation, Inc., is to support the mission of the movement by creating events and partnerships with organizations that promote enriching dialogue and positive collaborations among strangers.

Jamaal Bailey Alpha Phi Alpha past Director of membership

Brother Jamaal Bailey Named to Top 40 Under 40
Active Brother Jamaal Bailey, Beta Gamma '97, and former national director of membership for Alpha Phi Alpha, is featured on the cover of the May/June issue of Connect Magazine. Brother Bailey took a non-traditional route to get where he is today. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s in criminal justice...

Zeta Upsilon Lambda Paul Robeson Leadership Academy Zeta Upsilon Lambda Host Paul Robeson Leadership Academy

The Joyce-Gillespie-Harrington Educational and Charitable Foundation of Zeta Upsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and the African-American Studies department at George Mason University completed the fourth session of the Paul Robeson Leadership Academy in April...


Jaren Blake of Alpha Phi Alpha

Brother Jaren Blake Dunning Named to Univ. of Georgia's Amazing Students

Brother Jaren Dunning, Mu Alpha '07, is entering his third year in the School of Law, has used his UGA academic experience to build a résumé that includes two stints with the United Nations, a semester at Oxford and an Equal Justice Foundation Fellowship.
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