Your First Stop for Zeta History

This site is devoted to making it easier to find the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority history you’ve been searching for.    Here you’ll be able to get a copy of FINER WOMEN: THE BIRTH OF ZETA PHI BETA, 1920-1935 and immerse yourself in the extensive material in the archives.




What does Zeta and SGRho have in common?

Fannie Rosalind Givens! In the early 1920s Fannie Rosalind Givens and her namesake daughter Fannie Rosalind Givens travelled as missionaries to Europe and Africa. The ...
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Mrs. Bethune and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority

One of the most intriguing discoveries that I made while writing Finer Women was that Mary McLeod Bethune was at one time affiliated with Zeta ...
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Sorority Sisters, Professional Rivals

I'm still in a Chicago frame of mind, and I'm not quite sure when I'll snap out of it. One of the Chicago-Zeta topics that ...
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Lulu’s Shining Moment

Last week we celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. and his impact on the civil rights movement in America.  Twenty-four years before he delivered his stirring ...
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