• Fraternities, sororities slug it out at Atlanta Greek step show

    By: Denise Bailey

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    ATLANTA - It was time for a show!

    The Annual Greek Picnic festivities hit Atlanta over the weekend. More than 25,000 people were in town for one of the largest gatherings of black fraternities and sororities.  

    PHOTOS: Atlanta Greek step show

    The most anticipated event for the week was the Greek step show. This year, it was held at Forbes Arena on the campus of Morehouse College.

    Members of Delta Sigma Theta competed with the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta and the Alphas, Sigmas, Omegas, Kappas and Iotas. A grand prize of $5,000 was given to the winning sorority and fraternity.  

    CEO and founder of the Atlanta Greek Picnic, Tiwa Works said that Greek Week has grown tremendously over the last eight years and you can't have Greek Week without a step show.

    This year's winners were Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.

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