Being able to listen to one of your founders speak should be considered truly a blessing in 2016 and something that everyone should do if they get a chance. Luckily for the Kappas, this is actually something that you can do!
Take a listen to this speech by Kappa Alpha Psi founder, Edward G. Irvin, on the purpose of the fraternity and its rich history. In the 37-minute speech, among other things, Founder Irvin describes all of the other founders and details their personalities and roles in creating the fraternity.
Please share this recording with any Kappa that you know. This is truly a piece of history that every member should take a listen to because it’s not every day that you can hear a BGLO founder speak.
(Special thanks to Kenny McCain for making this recording available)
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