BOULÉ JOURNAL

Volume 79, Number 1, Spring 2015 Cover Volume 79, Number 1, Spring 2015

Volume 79, Number 1, Spring 2015

Archon William Montague Cobb (October 12, 1904 - November 20, 1990) was the first African American physical anthropologist and was able to soar academically despite the racial discrimination of his time. He helped to prove that intelligence is not the domain of one particular ethnic group and his work provided a foundation upon which the Civil Rights Movement could be built.

VINTAGE JOURNAL

Vintage Boulé Journal Archive

Summary of the Vintage Boulé Journals, with notable features to be found in specific issues.

History of the Boulé

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At the dawn of the twentieth century black men of distinction had long functioned in various leadership posts, especially in the churches and benevolent association movement. Some, notably Frederick Douglass among them, had even served in high government posts. But by and large they lived lives separate from those of the black masses and the white professionals. In 1904 a small group in Philadelphia set out to create an organization that would provide a vehicle for men of standing and like tastes to come together to know the best of one another.

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CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

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Theta Boulé Celebrates 100 Years of Excellence

Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity is proud to announce the 100th Anniversary of Theta Boulé, Kansas City, Mo. At the behest of then Grand Sire Archon McCard, Drs. William J. Thompkins and Lloyd E. Bailey set Theta Boulé apart on May 22, 1915. Since that time, Theta Boulé has accomplished much, including establishing their Archousai, creating the Theta Boulé Foundation and supporting social action programs in Kansas City, such as the Theta Boulé and Theta Boulé Foundation Scholarship. More


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Final Report: Pathways to Young Black Male Excellence

The survey captured a full range of information about Sigma Pi Phi’s social action programs involving youth, including demographics about each member boulé; the size, scope, and type of each social action initiative; narrative escriptions of the programs; and information about program assessment if applicable. November 3, 2014 | Full Article

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