Entries by Brother E. Page

Justice for All : an event with Dr. Cleveland Sellers

If anyone asks……….it’s for the cause of so many of our predecessors whose souls I hope to stir, as we honor their all but forgotten legacies…….. I attended the Grand opening for an exhibit titled “Justice for All” at the University of South Carolina’s special collections department in the library. There are over 300 rarely […]

Waverly’s Finest: Columbia History

Our roster like the one I just recently posted on Fraternal lodge 1064, furnished the names of countless individuals, hell bent and heaven sent on getting African Americans their Just prerogatives in the Palmetto State  !!! Brother J.C. Artemus isn’t just a chip off the old block,  he’s the whole blood clot ting eh ?? […]

I must beg forgiveness of the world for not posting about our Illustrious brother Dr. James McCune Smith sooner ! Dr. McCune Smith was considered one of the most broadly accomplished black intellectuals and activists in America. Born in New York on April 18, 1813, McCune attended the #FreeAfricanSchool in #NYC with a number of […]

Atlanta’s Oddfellows are Back !!!!

It is with esteemed honor that I announce the resurrection of St. John Lodge #1455 of the Grand United Order of OddFellows out of Atlanta, Georgia ! With the consolidated efforts of South Carolina’s District 13 another step forward has been taken! Our chief goal is to breathe life back into this order and I […]

Toys for Tatts 2018

I am pleased to announce our 2nd annual Toys for Tatts drive on behalf of the #oddfellowstattoosociety of Wayman Lodge 1339 !  In conjunction with the Diamond Cut Tattoo Company we are putting our talents to work for a worthy cause! We need gift cards, unwrapped toys, new clothing, bedding, and luggage. All of the […]