Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc will celebrate the contributions of Soror Coretta Scott King and Rosa Parks to the Movement through a Museum Exhibit the Sorority will mount titled, “Unsung Alpha Kappa Alpha Women of the Civil Rights Movement.” International President Soror Carolyn House Stewart will preside over
the official opening of the Museum on Sunday, July 22 in Hall D of the Moscone Center. Among the dignitaries who will attend the opening ceremony is Soror Rev. Dr. Bernice King, daughter of the late Martin and Soror Coretta Scott King.
The public is invited to visit the Museum, which is free and will be open on Sunday, July 22 at 3PM, following the Town Hall and immediately before the Public Meeting.
According to President Stewart, the Museum will showcase members who have been a part of the civil rights movement since the Sorority’s founding in 1908 up to the present time.
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The opening of the Museum is one of a host of events that will be held during our Sorority’s international convention that takes place from July 21-27. For more information, log on to www.aka908.com.