109 years, 16 founders, 1908, 20 pearls, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, cultivating sisterhood, embracing servanthood, Founders' Day, Howard University, ivy leaf, January 15, momentous event, pink and green, Sorors, supreme in service to all mankind
kindness never random act –
service to mankind.
While I was thinking, just four days ago, that Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated Founders’ Day would soon be here, the above haiku poem dropped into my spirit. That evening, I also created the above graphic in honor of today’s momentous event.
As a Soror (a member since 1984), it gives me great pleasure to honor my sixteen beloved visionary founders and servant leaders of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated. Since 1908, January 15 continues to be an immensely important day—the reason today why Sorors all over this world are celebrating 109 years of sisterhood and service to all mankind.
HAPPY FOUNDERS’ DAY to all my Sorors . . . . .
For you were called to freedom, …only do not turn your freedom into an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another. ~ Galatians 5:13, NASB