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Any information that you believe will help the Christian in AKA or wanting to join will help. Any information that is pertinent to AKA.
Have you ever talked about the ritual to leaders?

Have you confronted church leadership about GLO's?

Describe the real deal about being in your sorority, being greek, etc.


AKA Pledge

"To thee, O Alpha Kappa Alpha!
We pledge our hearts, our minds, our strength;
To foster their teachings,
Obey thy laws,
And make thee supreme in Service to all mankind.
O, Alpha Kappa Alpha! We greet thee!" "Ritual of Alpha Kappa Alpha 1977, page 39"

Now before you even get to this point you have put your faith and trust in AKA so many times that it has literally been a mantra. You have knelt to the supreme authority, which is a person. And now with 15 more pages of the ritual to go (unknown to the pledge of course), you have just pledged to AKA what you are supposed to pledge to God.

The two greek words at the bottom of their shield (ophelomon uripitedes?) echo the pledge. It means, we who are SERVANTS are ELEVATED and STRENGTHENED.

Works salvation, sorority glorification= sorority worship


"Sanger answered Gamble on Dec. 10. 1939, agreeing with the assessment. She wrote: "We do not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten that idea out if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members." In 1940, money for two "Negro Project" demonstration programs in southern states was donated by advertising magnate Albert D. Lasker and his wife, Mary.

Birth control was presented both as an economic betterment vehicle and as a health measure that could lower the incidence of infant mortality. At the 1942 BCFA annual meeting, BCFA Negro Council board member Dr. Dorothy B. Ferebee–a *** laude graduate of Tufts and also president of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the nation's largest black sorority–addressed the delegates regarding Planned Parenthood's minority outreach efforts : With the Negro group some of the most difficult obstacles . . . to overcome are: (1) the concept that when birth control is proposed to them, it is motivated by a clever bit of machination to persuade them to commit race suicide; (2) the so-called "husband rejection" . . . (3) the fact that birth control is confused with abortion, and (4) the belief that is inherently immoral. However, as formidable as these objections may seem, when thrown against the total picture of the awareness on the part of the Negro leaders of the improved condition under Planned Parenthood, or the genuine interest and eagerness of the families themselves to secure the services which will give them a fair chance for health and happiness, the obstacles to the program are greatly outweighed."


A young lady decides not to pledge AKA one night before the illegal pledge process is to begin. Shortly after, an AKA from the same chapter denounces. To God Be The Glory!!!!!!!!!!!!