Arlington, TX (PRWEB) October 1, 2004 -
When Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) had a 100 million dollar law suit filed against them for an alleged sorority hazing incident two years ago, their organization thrust into the national spotlight. And although Alpha Kappa Alpha has to deal with the explosive issue of sorority hazing, the sorority still has much dignity.
In fact, Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first sorority originally established for African American female students. Founded in 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha led the way for students during an era of legal oppression and deprivation. Many years and thousands of members later, it is now one of the most influential organizations among African Americans today.
Now in the midst of the negative environment of sorority hazing there is a book called "Ivy an unauthorized history of Alpha Kappa Alpha" that reveals and celebrates the rich legacy and heritage of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.
"Ivy an unauthorized history of Alpha Kappa Alpha" explores many aspects of this splendid organization. The reader will learn about the sorority's scope and purpose, famous sorority members, and what has sustained the sorority since its 1908 inception and so much more. The book answers questions for members and those prospects interested in the sorority.
The author, Big Walt Anderson (BigWalt.com), has authored and edited numerous books including the classic fraternity book, Pledge Brothers. Big Walt Anderson states that, "Ivy an unauthorized history of Alpha Kappa Alpha" is an excellent starting point for those that want to learn more about the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Alpha Kappa Alpha is an organization with purpose."
"Ivy an unauthorized history of Alpha Kappa Alpha" may be purchased at http://www.collegegreekbooks.com/twentypearls.html
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