Alpha Kappa Alpha Day - January 15
Sun, Jan 15, 2023

Alpha Kappa Alpha Day

Alpha Kappa Alpha Day is an annual celebration dedicated to the creation of the Black Women’s Society. Celebrated January 15th. The date of the celebration has remained unchanged for more than a century.

History

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Society was formed on January 15, 1908, out of Howard University. Student Ethel Hengeman sought equality, the complete elimination of racist injustice against blacks. It is worth noting that the AKA society was one of the first such societies, which later gained great popularity.

To date, the Alpha Kappa Alpha community consists of more than 300 thousand people, and the sphere of influence has already spread far beyond the United States. This association is widely known in Europe, the countries of the East, Asia and Africa.

Alpha Kappa Alpha had many famous people in its lineup. Among them are the wife of Martin Luther King Jr., poetess Maya Angela, as well as Vice President Kamala Harris and many others.

Interesting facts

  • The Alpha Kappa Alpha Society provides comprehensive support to black women, helps them get a job and find their place in the world.
  • One of the significant achievements of AKA is the receipt of a grant for the management of the federal employment center.
  • The society’s first president was Lucy Slow.

How to celebrate

Happy Alpha Kappa Alpha Day to the black women you know. Learn more about the activities of Alpha Kappa Alpha and the people who were members of the society and played a significant role in US history.

Share information about the holiday on social networks. Let more people know about the activities of the AKA society

When is Alpha Kappa Alpha Day celebrated in 2023?

Alpha Kappa Alpha Day is observed on January 15 each year.

Observations

Weekday Month Day Year
Sunday January 15 2023
Monday January 15 2024
Wednesday January 15 2025
Thursday January 15 2026
Friday January 15 2027

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