Friday, April 18, 2014

Brother Seko is graduating. 5/2/2014 Party with an Uplifting Purpose in the 757

 Brother Seko of OurBlackImprovement, The Black Improvement Movement, The Conscious Community Newsletters, and formerly with The Imani Foundation, and most known for his family's Kwanzaa celebrations, is obtaining his Masters and wishes to support the Homeless Families at The Dwelling Place Family Shelter in Norfolk, Virginia. Party with him, and some of his Omega line brothers from 1994 on May 2nd, at 9:00 pm at the Black Owned and operated Restaurant Deja Blu (Between 19th & 20th on Atlantic Avenue) on the Va. Beach, Ocean Front in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Entry is $5. Bring clothing donations to benefit the Dwelling Place Homeless Shelter. Seko Used to work at the Dwelling Place, and it is one of the few family homeless shelters where fathers can reside with their families in Hampton Roads. Come and party with he and his family.
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African Influences on Fraternities, Sororities, and Masonry

http://youtu.be/gLq7JfAig9w  Lecturer Seko Varner speaks to students at Norfolk State University in 1997 about his research on the African Origins of Frats & Sorors. This event was sponsored by the men of Alpha Phi Alpha from Norfolk State University. This is a speech originally developed for Seko's fraternity, Omega Psi Phi, in 1994 for an Achievement Week Lecture. This video includes links to the few rebuttals of the lecture.


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