I Love Being Black is a movement/brand connecting Black people worldwide. CEO Kumi Rauf founded the company in Oakland over 15 years ago, with the goal of increasing the knowledge and self-value in the Black community through positivity, awareness and fashion. Read more
Want a break from baking this holiday season? Check out Cassandra’s Dream Cakes!
Cassandra’s Dream Cakes has been spreading delightful goodness throughout the Bay Area for almost 30 years. Located in Richmond, CA, owner Cassandra Simmons started the bakery after receiving a Culinary Arts degree at Contra Costa College where she discovered her passion for decorating baked goods. She currently runs the business with her husband Harold who serves as the sales and delivery manager. Read more
We’re really excited to kick off the holiday season with what will be a series of posts spotlighting various minority-owned businesses both in the Bay Area and throughout California. These businesses are being recognized for their entrepreneurial spirit, creating jobs, honoring diversity and supporting minority and under-represented communities. We invite you to learn more about them and show your support! Read more
Join the Alpha Nu Sigma Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and help us cheer on the Golden State Warriors as they take on the Denver Nuggets!
The game will take place on Jan. 2, 2017 at 7:30pm, and only 75 tickets are available. Ticket purchasers will be invited to sit courtside before the game and watch the players’ warm-up.
August 20-21 marked the 16th year of Oakland, California’s “Art & Soul” festival, and for the third consecutive year the Bay Area Sigma brothers of Alpha Nu Sigma proudly represented our fraternity. Like the last three years, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was the only Greek organization to have a booth at the event. Located in the heart of downtown Oakland, Art & Soul attracts thousands of attendees throughout the Bay Area who come for a weekend filled with food, entertainment, art, fun and more.
“Having a booth at the Art & Soul festival allows us to achieve so many different things,” said Bro. Robert Birks, Director of Bigger & Better Business for the Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter. Read more
The Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter has established a tradition of awarding perpetual scholarships annually to male seniors of color from Oakland high schools who have demonstrated scholarly endeavors, citizenship and commitment to serving humanity. The scholarship is $1,000 per academic year. All applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than April 10, 2015.
The chapter meets every third Saturday at 10am at the West Oakland Youth Center, located at 3323 Market St., in Oakland.
Our chapter mailing address is:
P.O. Box 72222
Oakland, CA 94612