Alpha Phi Alpha Member Edward Brooke Donates $100,000 To Fraternity

Christian, Margena A.
January 2009
Jet;1/12/2009, Vol. 114 Issue 25, p24
This article presents information about former Massachusetts Senator Edward W. Brooke and his donation to his Greek-letter organization, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Darryl R. Matthews, the current president of the fraternity, accepted the donation and said that it would be used for charitable purposes. Brooke was the first Black to be elected by popular vote to the U.S. Senate when he was elected as a Massachusetts Republican in 1966.


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