Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. has a few top names they can now call sorors. The newest honorary members that have been inducted into the sorority are actress Holly Robinson Peete, R&B singer Toni Braxton and CNN anchor Suzanne Malveaux, businesswoman Mellody Hobson and Civil Rights activist Carolyn McKinstry.
These women were inducted during the sorority’s 65th Annual Boule held in San Francisco, CA. A few of the women took to Twitter to thank the sorority for the honor of being inducted into oldest sorority for black women.
Malveaux wrote on Twitter, “Thank you for the honor #aka, #1908, #boule2012, I join @hollyrpeete, @mellodyhobson, @tonibrxton, & mckinstry.”
The beautiful news veteran even posted a picture donning an Alpha Kappa Alpha shirt and cap.
CNN Anchor Suzanne Malveaux
CNN and TVone contributor Roland Martin congratulated the women and even joked if the women were now going to “step.”
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is the oldest and most renowned Greek-Lettered sorority for black women. Founded at Howard University on January 15, 1908, the sorority has been at the forefront equal rights for women of color for over 100 hundred years.
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