MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart Drawn For “Disregarding” Black Sorority AKA!
MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart comes under fire after accused of disrespecting Alpha Kappa Alpha – a prominent black sisterhood.
The AKAs have produced some of the most powerful black women in history – including Maya Angelou, Ava Duvarney, Toni Morrison Rosa Parks, and Kamala Harris.
On his show last Sunday, Jonathan gave his “Bye Line,” a segment in which he explores Vice President Kamala Harris’ immigrant legacy and her mother’s family ties that would ultimately change history
Then he did the unthinkable. He proclaimed the traditional reputation of the AKAs. Clock:
All Greek NPHC organizations have a calling. These vocations take place after walks, hymns and chants. Every organization has a different calling and the AKA calling is “Skee-Wee”.
Almost immediately, AKAs hit social media to beat up Jonathan. He is being towed
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. is an African American organization founded on January 15, 1908 on the Howard University campus in Miner Hall. If you want to know more you can go to aka1908.com