By APCAA Staff Moses Clinton Few, son of the late William Few and Mamie Few Haygood, was born in Atlanta, Georgia on October 13, 1927. On Sunday, January 16, 2022, he heard the calm voice of his heavenly Father saying take your rest and come with me. Big Head, as he was affectionately called, was the eighth of twelve children. He was the great grandson of the late Bishop William Henry Heard of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, who served as the United States Ambassador
by BMaynard Scarborough & APCAA Staff Brother Charles Vert Willie -- educator, sociologist, and Charles William Eliot Professor of Education, Emeritus, at Harvard University -- entered Omega Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. on Tuesday, January 11, 2022. He was 94 years old. News of his passing was shared by fellow Alpha Rho Chapter Alum Brother Richard Oliver Hope (Fall 1958), who was a student, colleague and close friend of Dr. Willie and his family. Charles Vert
APCAA Completes Annotated Timeline For 100% Listing Of Chapter Initiates From 1924 - 2021 By, BMaynard Scarborough, APCAA President + APCAA Editorial Staff In recognition of the 98th anniversary of the chartering of Alpha Rho Chapter at Morehouse College, we are releasing the latest, and clearly the most significant update to the timeline since the Alpha Rho International Census (APIC) was completed in 2014. The identities of the Alpha Rho Brothers pictured in the "Tiger, Sec
For your convenience, this Zoom Link is available to Alpha Rho Chapter Brothers here, in your registered email, and in members only GroupMe and Facebook accounts. Please click the link below to join on January 5: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83682071916?pwd=OEd4Rmwzc0tkazlBVEpNYitCRHgzdz09 Thanks to Sovereign Sounds for this year's virtual connectivity.