IN-53.2008.1 Kappa Alpha Psi

Marker text: KAPPA ALPHA PSI

Excluded from social events at Indiana University, black male students founded and incorporated Kappa Alpha Nu in 1911. One of the earliest black national social fraternities established in the U.S. One goal was to expand to other schools to help members attain high "intellectual, moral and social worth." Name changed to Kappa Alpha Psi, 1915.

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