For Immediate Release
Contact: Terry W. Spicer, Publicist
Epiphany Public Relations,
Telephone: (919) 830-9049
A Message from Brother Antonio F. Knox, Sr., 40th Grand Basileus on
The Sentencing Reform And Corrections Act! Your Signatures Are Needed In Huge Support!
Giving Honor to God, My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated has requested Congress to co-sponsor and vote for the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act of 2015. In an effort to help move this agenda forward, I am calling on the Men of Omega to join in this rally in huge support by signing the Petition. Many of you have signed but we want each of you to take just a few brief minutes to help us move this agenda forward
Mass incarceration disproportionately affects the African American community and Omega believes that the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act and the Sentencing Reform Act will offer the federal government the critical and necessary start toward making changes in the justice system that is broken fiscally while also ensuring equal justice for every citizen. Please click on the following link for more information and to sign the petition: https://campaigns.organizefor.org/petitions/support-the-sentencing-reform-and-corrections-act-of-2015-with-omega-psi-phi
Brothers, I am asking each Chapter to rally membership to support this request forward and also remember to take the time to vote on November 8th! Encourage everyone to get out to vote. We truly know according to God's word that "ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER FOR THEM THAT ARE CALLED ACCORDING TO HIS PURPOSE!" Omega has accepted the call for the good of our nation and our world.
Step up as Omega Men do and sign the Petition
Men of Omega, thank you for your swift attention to this! As we stand in the gaps of progress, never forget that "We Are One!"
Brother Antonio F. Knox, Sr.
40th Grand Basileus
Since its humble beginnings on the Howard University campus, the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity continues to be on the front line, leveraging its power, influence and more than 100 years of commitment to the uplift of our people and our communities.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was founded on November 17, 1911, at Howard University in Washington, D.C., and is the first international fraternal organization to be founded on the campus of a historically black college.