Fraternity Reminds Everyone Who the Real First Black President Was

Take that, President Obama:

A historically black fraternity has voted to induct former President Bill Clinton as an honorary member.

Phi Beta Sigma President Paul Griffin Jr. said Friday that Clinton is the first U.S. president to be inducted into a historically black fraternity.

The fraternity voted Tuesday for Clinton’s induction at its 95th Anniversary Conclave in New Orleans, La.

Stevie Wonder, Al Roker, the Rev. Al Sharpton and jazz musician Ramsey Lewis are also honorary members of Phi Beta Sigma.

In honor of former President Clinton, Phi Beta Sigma is changing their name for one week to “Eta Intern Pi.”

Author: Doug Powers

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