Mu Sigma Lambda Brotherhood

Alpha Membership Experience

Mu Sigma Lambda Chapter

Mu Sigma Lambda Chapter was established in Baldwin Hills / Culver City, California on September 23, 1977, by 14 Honorable Black Men of the Greater Los Angeles area, affectionately known as The Audacious 14. Today, we are famously known as “The Baldwin Hills Alphas” – serving a community overlooking the Los Angeles Basin and the lower plain immediately to the north. Baldwin Hills is bordered on the southeast by Los Angeles’ Leimert Park neighborhood, on the south by View Park – Windsor Hills, on the west by Culver City, on the north by the Los Angeles Mid-City district, and the east by the Crenshaw district. We, the brothers of Mu Sigma Lambda with God’s guidance and the spirit of fellowship, proclaim our intent to manifest in our actions, our desire to promote the forward progress of every brother. To lend to every brother all the direction, support and enthusiasm he needs to succeed in his quest. Bearing in mind at all times that we are first about Brotherhood.


Brotherhood. Forever.


Expanding the boundaries of Brotherhood, Service and Leadership for the betterment of humanity.

Shared Values




Brother Bernard Dickens *

Administrator, LAUSD

Brother Herbert Marshall

Executive, Los Angeles Redevelopment Agency

Brother Albert E. Hampton

Administrator, Watts Health Foundation

Brother Charles S. McIver, Jr.*

Executive, Food Distribution

Brother Charles L. Harriford

Administrator, Boys and Girls Club

Brother Raymond A. Shields, II

Executive, Entertainment

Brother Melvin E. Hilliard

Real Estate Broker

Brother LeRoy R. Titus

Administrator, YMCA

Brother James Hobby

Real Estate Broker

Brother Osie M. Thornton, Jr.*

Administrator, County of Los Angeles

Brother Harold M. Jackson *

Administrator, LAUSD

Brother Robert C. Williams, III

Administrator, County of Los Angeles

Brother Hodari Kinamo

Insurance Broker

Brother William R. Winston

Executive Assistant to LA Mayor Tom Bradley

*Transcended into Omega Chapter

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