Monday, July 14, 2008
This year the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is celebrating their 100th year of African-American sisterhood. 100 years ago, nine young African-American college students created the first AKA chapter in the HBCU Howard University campus to promote change, embodying education, community service and sisterhood. As of today the Sorority has 200,000 members worldwide including celebrity faces such as singer/songwriter Alicia Keys, actress Phylicia Rashad, author Toni Morrison, the late civil rights activist Coretta Scott King. Congratulations on 100 years of a dynamic support system that has contributed tremendously to the African American community and allows our women to grow, give back, and become successful goal-oriented women.
check out http://www.aka1908.com/ for more.