Category: Alpha Phi Alpha

Standing Our Ground: Alpha Supports Dream Defenders’ Petition to Change Unjust Law


General President Mark S. Tillman, Southern Region Assistant Vice President Ismael Brown and Florida District Director Matthew Bradford implore you to support the Dream Defenders’ fight for justice and equality as they March on the Florida State Capitol Friday, April 11, 2014. Fraternally, Brother Matthew S. Bradford District Director • Florida Federation of Alpha Chapters […]

Orlando donors contribute $50,000 to Trayvon Martin Foundation


An Orlando auto group, law firm and black fraternity are among those offering $50,000 as a scholarship to four graduating seniors from Trayvon Martin’s high school in Miami-Dade County. The donors, including the Boyland Auto Group and Invictus Law Group, are to present the money to the Trayvon Martin Foundation and his parents Saturday in […]

From Matthew S. Bradford, District Director


Yesterday I was sworn in as the District Director of the Florida Federation of Alpha Chapters. As the 15th Brother to have been blessed to hold this post, I am indeed humbled by the opportunity to serve. I am excited about the future of the Florida Federation and look forward to working with you as […]

The Miami Alphas Celebrate 75th Diamond Anniversary


The Miami Alphas Celebrate 75th Diamond Anniversary – the Year of Beta Beta Lambda Saturday, November 10th, 2012 marked the climactic celebration of the Miami Alphas 75th Diamond Anniversary with a gala like no other in the Greater Miami community. The Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. hosted a weeklong 75th […]

FAMU student named Intern of the Year at advertising firm


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Growing up in Decatur, Ga., Florida A&M University (FAMU) School of Business and Industry student Troy Harris II never knew what he wanted to be. He was not interested in being a doctor, lawyer, engineer or anything else his mom suggested. It was while watching the Mel Gibson movie, “What Women Want” […]

Voided rule prompts voter-registration rush


TAMPA — With a voter-registration restriction lifted by a judge, those who register and educate voters are back on the streets and at their tables in front of supermarkets — and even in buses and on airplanes — trying to increase turnout at the polls. “We were thrilled to get word that we were back […]



Lionel Moise joined the News19 team in September of 2012, and is excited to call Columbia home. Lionel came from WXIA in Atlanta, GA where he was a reporter/producer. He started in Atlanta through Gannett’s Talent Development Program. Service has always been a central part of Lionel’s life. Prior to starting his news career, Lionel […]