The stories of senior members of Black fraternities and sororities are amazing to hear.
In 2010, Hanief Saterfield shot an interview with Franklin Henderson for the 1911 Project of Omega Psi Phi. In the interview, Henderson opens up about meeting two of the founders of the fraternity as well as Langston Hughes, segregation, and pledging as an undergrad.
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