Sororities and Fraternities everywhere rallied to DC for the inaugural Black Greek Festival, held in the nation's capital. One word...............MONUMENTAL!!!!!
This festival first of its kind celebrated the Divine 9 made of the 9 sororities and fraternities of Historically Black Colleges and gave them an epic atmosphere of harmony, love, litness, good vibes and pure fun and to top it off, this festival gave an new way to party as greek life.
The Festival filled with special guests, honorees, DJ set's and vendors galore, all made room for culture and experience to happen. Opened to the entire public even those of non greek life, you got to see the HBCU experience and the importance of Greek Life.
Honored to be a special invited guest, I got to speak with the founders Chelsea B. & Kwame Safo Agyemang and capture the experience of the greatness that is this Festival. As an HBCU alumnus I know how important Greek Life was on campus and through the community and now to see they too have their own Broccoli City or Something In The Water, speaks volume to the progress of the HBCU experience and catering of all audiences.