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On February 5, Omicron Omega members attended the Founders' Day program hosted by the Birmingham Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.Congratulations on celebrating 112 years of achievement and brotherhood.#D9 #AKAOmicronOmega #SophisticatedSouthEastern #PowerofUS ... See MoreSee Less
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Omicron Omega Chapter along with the Metro Birmingham Chapters, celebrated our 115th Founders’ Day Observance on Saturday, February 4th. The theme “Sisters Serving with Unity through the Power of Us” was celebrated with over 500 Alpha Kappa Alpha women in attendance. Our keynote speaker was our South Eastern Regional Director, Dr. Tracey Morant Adams. Thank you, Greater Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and the Joint Founders' Day Committee. #soaringwithAKA#aka1908#sophistocatedsoutheastern#thepowerofus ... See MoreSee Less
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Pink Goes Red for Heart Health was a success!! Thank you to Dr. Celeste Reese Willis and Nurse Carolyn Etheridge for the facts shared about the importance of CPR and the informative presentations on Heart Health. Over 200 people joined the Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. at the Pearl Center and via Zoom for this amazing event. Thank you to the Pink Goes Red committee for planning and executing the event. A special shout out to Dr. Adrienne Carter and Dr. Brandi Duncan Walker for their leadership. Thank you to Valentine Diabetic Supply and Journey Hospice for sponsoring the event. #AlabamaGoesRed #WearRedDay#PinkGoesRed #goredforhearthealth#HeartHealth #americanheartassociation#AKAOmicronOmega#AKA1908#SoaringWithAKA ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy National Wear Red Day from members Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.!#AlabamaGoesRed #WearRedDay#PinkGoesRed #goredforhearthealth #HeartHealth #americanheartassociation #AKAOmicronOmega #AKA1908#SoaringWithAKA #SophisticatedSouthEastern ... See MoreSee Less
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Celebrating Black History Month recognizing historic of “Trailblazers,” of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®️. Women who have achieved historic “Firsts” in their respective industries. #AKABlackHistory ___________Marian Anderson was an Opera Singer, and was known as one of the finest contraltos of her time. Anderson was the First Black singer to perform at the White House in 1936 and the first Black singer to perform with New York’s Metropolitan Opera in 1955. It was her historical & groundbreaking performance to a crowd of 75,0000 at the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday (1939); making her a pivotal figure for the rising Civil Rights Movement. This performance was a bold protest against racial intolerance, performed before a diverse crowd (after being denied a performance at Washington’s Constitution Hall). Anderson continued to perform until the mid 1960’s before retiring. In 1991, the music world honored Anderson with a GRAMMY®️ Award for Lifetime Achievement.Let’s honor and recognize our History-Making Trailblazers! #SoaringWithAKA #AKA1908 💗💚 ... See MoreSee Less
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