Greetings Brothers!

The History and Archives Committee remembers, thanks, and honors all who served the cause of freedom. As expressed in his poem, "Negro Mother's Cradle Song" that appeared in the June 1928 Oracle (attached), Col. Charles E. Young penned, "Teach him that you died that all might rise and run" - a qualified perspective on the purpose and importance of service and sacrifice.

Happy Memorial Day

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Make it a great week Brothers. Be Noble!

F.I.E.T.T.S.
3rd District History and Archives Committee
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The Monday Pearl is provided by the Third District History and Archives Committee and is a weekly sharing of fraternity content, commentary, and research of historical value we hope Brothers will enjoy and from which Brothers will draw inspiration. Previous "Pearls" can be found at http://3rddistrictques.org/about-us/overview/monday-pearl/. The Committee encourages your feedback. Should you have reactions, comments, information, anecdotes, documents, and the like, related to any of the content we share, we'd very much like to hear from you. Please send all communication to 3dhistoryandarchives@gmail.com.

Third District History and Archives Monday Pearl 5/25/20 – The Young Perspective