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Edited by Rasheed Ali Cromwell, Esq. and E. Ni Pualwan
311 pages, softcover, 8.5" x 11" $39.95
Published by The Harbor Press
© 2022 The Harbor Institute, all rights reserved
Harbor Institute Guide to Culturally Based Fraternal Organizations, 2nd Edition, is the only one of its kind that showcases over 200 culturally based fraternal organizations (CBFOs), organized by Race/Ethnicity, Religion and Sexual and Gender Identity, plus the councils that serve them. Organizational listings include founding date, location, mission, history, purpose, contact information and, new to our 2nd Edition, social media accounts.
Also new to the 2nd Edition is our comprehensive Culture and Context section. More than a Glossary, it is designed to provide context and usage for many terms and phrases used in the CBFO community, share similar and related terminology, and provide perspective for how to communicate each term and phrase properly.
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CBFOs (culturally-based fraternal organizations) are fraternities or sororities that were founded for the primary purpose of advancing a racial minority, or marginalized community, (at the time of their founding) and improving the community that directly affects and supports this demographic.