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Kappa Alpha Psi® Fraternity  Official Instagram account for Kappa Alpha Psi, a college fraternity, now comprised of Undergraduate & Alumni Chapters on major campuses & in cities

September 21-30
September 25, 2018 is National Voter Registration Day; please register a voter registration event in your community or on your campus on the NPHC website. From September 21-September 30, 2018, every chapter will be engaged in our #KappaKount program to participate in National Voter Registration Day. Please see vote.org for a state by state breakdown of voter registration deadlines.

Moments from South Central Province Undergraduate Retreat

Participating in @cbcfinc 48th Annual Legislative Conference by hosting the panel discussion "More Than Mentorship: Why Black Boys Need Social Justice.

@jamalhbryant @urbanconservative @dr.wesbellamy #cbcalc2018

Grand Polemarch Thomas Battles at #CBCFALC18 #cbc2018

Official Founders’ Day events have been announced. Make sure to head to NFDTampa2019.com for your RSVP and tickets to the festivities. All other events and sessions in bio link. Events hosted by the local Tampa, FL chapters. #nfd2019 #nupesintampa #swipeleft

Kappa Alpha Psi will be participating in @cbcfinc 48th Annual Legislative Conference by hosting the panel discussion "More Than Mentorship: Why Black Boys Need Social Justice. Friday, September 14, 10a-1130a at the Renaissance Hotel 999 9th St NW Washington DC. Free and open to ALL #cbcalc2018

SWIPE 👈🏾👈🏾 to join these chapters as they participate in @allofusresearch Watch Parties across the country on Tuesday evening! #joinallofus

Don’t miss this special webinar on Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at 8 PM EST/7PM CST/5PM PST to learn more #JoinAllofUs

👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾 #Repost @torianpriestly The 89th Misses Tennessee State University 🔹 Mr. Tennessee

Happy Birthday Founder John Milton Lee! Lee was a scholar, loyal and tireless worker for the growth of the #Fraternity and because of his idealist character was commonly referred to as ‘a dreamer’, was born in Danville, #Indiana on September 7, 1890 and was the third of four children.
He attended public schools in Danville and enrolled at Indiana University in 1910. He completed three years of pre-medical work before leaving the university. In 1914, he enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania but withdrew for health reasons. In 1915, he became a student at Temple University but was compelled to leave due to a death in the family.
Lee enlisted in the #Army in 1917. He was a non-commissioned officer assigned to Battery F, 349th Field Artillery Regiment, 167th Field Artillery Brigade of the 92nd Division. The Division organized at Fort Dix (New Jersey) in November 1917. The Field Artillery component was the first Negro Artillery Regiment in the history of the military. Lee subsequently served overseas as a Sergeant First Class and Gunner. His battery enjoys the unique distinction of having been the first Battery of Negro #Artillerymen ever to open fire upon an enemy. He was an associate editor of Modern Artillerymen, the official record of Battery F.
Lee helped organize, and for several years was president of the #Fairview Golf Club, the first Negro Golf Club in Pennsylvania. For two years, he was the editor of The Golfer, the monthly publication of the Fairview #Golf Club. In 1931, he was married to Mary Walker Robinson.
Vocationally, he was #engaged in several enterprises. For eight years, Lee conducted a successful catering business in Philadelphia; he organized and served as Vice-President and Secretary of the Mutual Emergency Union, a mutual aid company in #Philadelphia. He was also a member of the Board of Managers of the Columbia Community Branch of the #YMCA.
Lee was a close confidant of Founder Diggs and was a source of comfort when #Diggs lost his first wife. He contributed greatly to vision and development to the fraternity in its early years. The articles of incorporation listed Lee as the Secretary of Kappa Alpha Nu.

‪Achievement! Congratulations Brother Kaepernick!‬ #Repost @kaepernick7 Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt #Nupes

Fall 2018 Initiatives For Undergraduate Members ♦️

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