The Black Greek Festival brings members of Black Greek Letter Organizations with The National Pan-Hellenic Council, often referred to as the "Divine Nine," together for a weekend festival events that will focus on the need to stimulate D.C.'s local economy to encourage leadership with BGLO Greeks to empower our communities post-COVID-19.
Throughout the Black Greek Festival weekend, the inaugural event will consist of virtual events, including a virtual stroll-off, a panel discussion highlighting Greek involvement after graduation, and a day of service providing support for human services professionals and homeless women in the D.C. area. The two outdoor events, “Black Greek Festival” and “Brunch Olympics,” will be located in the D.C. area and will highlight local Black-owned businesses and drive to support D.C.’s local economy. In addition, attendees will fellowship with members of the Washington, D.C., and Divine Nine organizations. Participants will also support local initiatives to eradicate homelessness and support Black-owned businesses affected by the pandemic.
Go to blackgreekfest.com to learn more.