Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated’s national president Dr. Glenda Glover has declared January 20, 2021 Kamala Harris Day. Twitter lit up as the official Twitter account of the nation’s first African-American Sorority for college women made the announcement Tuesday evening.
January 20 has been declared Kamala D. Harris Day! To celebrate our #akahistorymaker, wear shades of pink and your favorite strand of pearls to acknowledge this historic moment! Post your picture using #kamalaharrisday pic.twitter.com/0xBPUDpRI7
— Alpha Kappa Alpha (@akasorority1908) January 20, 2021
Born to Jamaican and Indian immigrant parents in Oakland, CA, Harris will be inaugurated as the United States’ first African-American, South Asian and woman vice-president in the nation’s history. Harris is a graduate of Howard University, a historically Black university where Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was founded in 1908.
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