Since 1930, the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) has served as a premier organization for African American fraternities and sororities. The NPHC was founded at Howard University to support Black college students who were searching for a voice, community, and shared identity as they pursued their education. This organization played a vital role in uniting Black Collegiate as they fought for equal rights and fair treatment under the law, and today the NPHC continues to bring young men and women together as they honor the history, traditions, and values of their Greek organizations. The NPHC currently has nine members, and these Greek organizations are commonly referred to as “The Divine Nine”.
The MMG-NPHC was re-chartered on January 31, 2016. The organizations within the council continue to work together in various aspects as they strive to meet the numerous needs of the Middle Georgia Community. They have had an enormous impact on the community in its partnerships with Loaves and Fishes Ministry of Macon, LifeLink of Georgia, Macon-Middle Georgia Black Pages, Power of Life Foundation, Black Voters Matter Foundation and now the Tubman Museum.
WHEN YOU GO TO THE TUBMAN MUSEUM LINK, REMEMBER TO INDICATE WHICH DIVINE NINE ORGANIZATION WILL BE CREDITED WITH YOUR MEMBERSHIP.