The Alpha Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. was founded in 1929 by Dallas native and Howard University graduate, Mrs. Florence Harllee Phelps. Alpha Kappa Alpha has the distinction of being the country’s first Greek letter sorority for African American women. The exhibit provides decade-by-decade details of the sorority’s emphasis on high scholastic and ethical standards, promotion of unity and friendship among college women, community service, and social action initiatives.
The good people at Vacations Made Easy just mentioned us in their list of the “50 Big Things Happening in the Metroplex“. Here’s a sneak peak at what they had to say, and remember, for the complete list, please click on the link above. Thanks again, to Vacations Made Easy for the kudos!
The Old Red Museum was recently featured on WFAA’s Weird Wednesday segment! Click on the image above to get a glimpse as some of the wonderfully weird artifacts Old Red has to offer.
Old Red Museum would like to give kudos to Brandon Hamliton and everyone at WFAA that helped promote our organization and the rich history that we showcase on a daily basis.
The Old Red Museum was recently featured on CBS 11! We here at Old Red thank Russ McCaskey and his crew for this fantastic featurette!
Click here to watch the video.