Minneapolis is a clean midwestern city and just about every professional Black man that I saw during my visit was a Kappa man (there are very few Black residents in the city). I enjoyed the fraternizing, and hanging out with two Brothers who pledged me back in 1982 at Georgia Tech, as well as, Brothers from my alumni chapter from Stone Mountain-Lithonia, GA. I was able to reconnect with friends that I have made over the last 25 years, and also met many more for the first time. I even had an opportunity to visit and tour the University of Minnesota (The Psi) Chapter fraternity house with a number of undergraduate members.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was founded on January 5, 1911 on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana by ten Black male students. We hold our Grand Chapter Meeting (or Conclave) every 2 years in a different city in the United States. Our next Conclave will be held in Washington, DC in 2009 and our Centennial Conclave will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Now, it's back to reality! *smile*