Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
Eta Psi Sigma Chapter
  

Notable Sigmas

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Bro. A Phillip Randolph was a leader in the African-American civil-rights movement and the American labor movement








Bro. Emmitt Smith, considered one of the greatest running backs in NFL history played for 15 years majority with the Dallas Cowboys











Bro. Verdine White is the bassist for Earth, Wind & Fire. 
Bro. White's philanthropic support helps celebrate and promote music for a new generation








Bro. Hugh Douglas was one of the premier defensive leaders for the Philadelphia Eagles during their dominant run through the NFL during the early 2000's.








 Bro. Lafayette McKeene Hershaw, an early civil rights activists that assisted with the Niagara Movement & a contributor during the early years of the NAACP







 Bro. Herman J. Russell is the driving force behind his highly successful H. J. Russell and Company,the largest minority-owned general contractor in the US







Bro. James Weldon Johnson, was a songwriter, poet, journalist, anthologist, educator, lawyer, civil rights lactivist, and the co-author of the poem (hymm) "Lift Every Voice and Sing"








Bro.Huey P. Newton is famously known as the co-founder of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense








Bro. George Washington Carver, a renowned scientist served as Head of the Agriculture Department, researcher, and teacher at Tuskegee Institute.









Bro. Harold L. Washington was a lawyer and politician who became the first African-American Mayor of Chicago









Bro. Herman Williams Jr became one of the first black firefighters with 
the Baltimore Fire Dept and first African American Fire Chief over a large U.S. city








Bro. Terrence Howard, an actor; regarded as one of the most prolific actors of his generation assist many charities and foundation dealing with the music and cinema








Bro. Lou Brock, the St. Louis Cardinals' outfielder spent nearly 20 years with the MLB, accumulating many awards and accolades for his talents on the field and generosity off the field







Bro. J. Anthony Brown, a radio host, a forerunner of
 today’s hot Black comedy scene and an entrepreneur







Bro. Jerry Rice, widely considered to be the greatest wide 
receivers in 
NFL history & among the g
reatest NFL players at any position 




 Civil rights leader Bro. John Lewis is a Member of the
 
 U.
S.
House of Representatives from Georgia's 5th district




Bro. Alain LeRoy Locke, distinguished as the first African American Rhodes Scholar 
and was the philosophical architect—the acknowledged “Father”—of the Harlem Renaissance 




 The 2006 NL MVP Bro. Ryan Howard,
 currently play for the Philadelphia Phillies





Bro. Hosea Williams, a civil rights leader, ordained minister,
 
businessman
, philanthropist, scientist, and politician "Unbought and Unb
ossed" 



 
 
 Bro. Charles E. Freeman, the first
 African American Supreme Court Judge in IL




Bro. Al Joyner; a star athlete and renowned track coach, 
won a gold medal in the triple jump during the 1984 Summer Olympic Games 




 Bro. Dr. Parlett L. Moore; man of vision and understanding,
 is the founder of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity's Sigma Beta Club





Bro. Ramsey Lewis; an American jazz composer, pianist and radio personality 





 Bro. J. Anthony Brown, a radio host, a forerunner of
 today’s hot Black comedy scene and an entrepreneur 





Bro. Walter Dix, American Sprinter and Olympian 
with two bronze medals from the Summer Olympic Games 2008 




 Bro. Everett Harp, an accomplished blues, jazz and gospel saxophonist




Bro. William "Bill" Clinton, politican and the 42nd President of the United States of America





 Bro. Roderick Paige, former United Secretary of Education