Omega Psi Phi lives long and proud!
We have obtained a video of 103-year-old Omega Psi Phi brother, Dosh Jackson hopping to Atomic Dog on his 100th birthday. Jackson was born in Macon, Georgia, February 22, 1911, the year that Omega Psi Phi was founded. He attended Morris Brown College, worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 35 years, started his own electronics company and is the oldest living member of Omega Psi Phi.
Bro. Jackson pledged Omega in 1934 at Psi Chapter at Morehouse because Morris Brown did not at the time have a chapter. Upon crossing into the bond, Bro. Jackson founded the Alpha Sigma Chapter on Morris Brown’s campus.
Take a look at Bro. Jackson hopping to “Atomic Dog” on his 100th birthday in Atlanta in 2011.
If you want more information on Bro. Jackson, watch this three-part interview that he did about his life and Omega in 2010.
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