The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority on Sisterhood and Community | American Women | Vogue

Since it was founded in 1908, the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority (the first for African-American women) has stood for sisterhood, for service, and for community. The women of the “Sweet” Mu Pi chapter of the AKAs at Spelman College are no exception. From basketball games to dorm decor, in this video (shot by Mayan Toledano and Asli Baykal) they take Vogue along to experience a little Greek life—AKA style.

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The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority on Sisterhood and Community | American Women | Vogue

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