Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity's Legacy Shouldn't Be Tarnished

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"Sweet Nupe an unauthorized history of Kappa Alpha Psi" explores many aspects of this elite organization.

Although the Alpha Xi Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity is in chaos due to the recent arrests linked to hazing allegations, the organization's legacy can't be tarnished.

According to a Detroit News Special Report, colleges' retention of blacks is dismal. With greater student competition and such vigorous opposition to quota systems based on race, how can black male students position themselves for greater college success? One way could be to align themselves with like-minded peers by joining a fraternity such as Kappa Alpha Psi so this organization does much more good than harm.

"Sweet Nupe an unauthorized history of Kappa Alpha Psi" at CollegeGreekBooks.com gives useful and helpful information for a prospective member or anyone that wish to learn more about the fraternity. The book reveals and celebrates the rich legacy of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated. Founded in 1911, Kappa Alpha Psi has grown tremendously. It is an organization of great prominence and stands for achievement.

"Sweet Nupe an unauthorized history of Kappa Alpha Psi" explores many aspects of this elite organization. The reader will learn about the fraternity's origin, which fraternity members are famous such as the late Johnnie Cochran, and so much more. The book answers the important who, what, where, when and why questions about the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.

The author, Big Walt Anderson, is a writer and filmmaker. He has written a series of fraternity and sorority books covering over 800 years of African American history. His works may be find archived in libraries throughout the United States.

You may learn more about the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity book entitled "Sweet Nupe an unauthorized history of Kappa Alpha Psi" at http://www.collegegreekbooks.com/sweetnupe.html

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