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Iota Phi Theta was founded on September 19, 1963 at Morgan State College (now known as Morgan State University) by 12 students: Albert Hicks, Lonnie Spruill, Jr., Charles Briscoe, Frank Coakley, John Slade, Barron Willis, Webster Lewis, Charles Brown, Louis Hudnell, Charles Gregory, Elias Dorsey, Jr., Michael Williams. The fraternity is now the fifth largest African-American social service fraternity.

Motto: “Building a Tradition, Not Resting Upon One!”

Colors: Charcoal Brown and Gilded Gold

Symbol: Centaur

Also See:

Famous Members Of Alpha Phi Alpha

Famous Members Of Alpha Kappa Alpha

Famous Members Of Omega Psi Phi

Famous Members Of Delta Sigma Theta

Famous Members Of Phi Beta Sigma

Famous Members Of Zeta Phi Beta

Famous Members Of Kappa Alpha Psi

Famous Members Of Sigma Gamma Rho

Famous Members Of Iota Phi Theta  was originally published on woldcnews.com

1. Terrence C. Carson

Terrence C. Carson

“Living Single” Star and Alpha Lambda Charter Member

2. Kendrick Jevon Dean

Grammy Nominated music producer, songwriter and Gamma Omicron Charter Member

3. Spencer Christian

Spencer Christian Source:Getty

Author, former Meteorologist, Good Morning America, KGO-TV and Beta Charter Member

4. Jason Manuel Olazabal

Jason Manuel Olazabal Source:Getty

Actor and Beta Sigma Charter Member

5. Desi Arnez Hines II

Desi Arnez Hines II Source:Getty

Actor, Boyz N The Hood, Harlem Nights

6. Kirby Wilson

Kirby Wilson Source:Getty

Football Coach and Alpha Lambda Charter Member

 

7. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL)

Rep. Bobby Rush (D-IL) Source:Getty

Civil Rights activist, Illinois Congressman and Eta Omega Charter Member

8. Bishop Talbert Swan, III

Bishop Talbert Swan, III Source:Getty
Pastor, Prelate, Church Of God In Christ, Activist, Author

9. Devon Still

Devon Still Source:Getty

Former NFL Player and Eta Alpha Charter Member

10. Calvin Murphy

Calvin Murphy Source:Getty

Basketball Hall of Famer and Alpha Nu Omega Charter Member

11. Melvin Lister

Melvin Lister Source:Getty

2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics men’s long jumper

12. Dave Leitao

Dave Leitao Source:Getty

Former DePaul University Men’s Basketball Head Coach and Omicron Charter Member

13. Elvin Hayes

Elvin Hayes Source:Getty

Basketball Hall of Famer and Alpha Nu Omega Chapter Member

14. Tommie Frazier Former University of Nebraska–Lincoln quarterback, only player named Most Valuable Player of three consecutive national championship games

Tommie Frazier Former University of Nebraska–Lincoln quarterback, only player named Most Valuable Player of three consecutive national championship games Source:Getty

 Former University of Nebraska–Lincoln quarterback, only player named Most Valuable Player of three consecutive national championship games

15. Vaughn Booker

Vaughn Booker Source:Getty

Former NFL Defensive End