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Past Events:

8/22/21 Back to School

6/19/21 Happy Juneteenth

4/21: Shades of Pink Cotilion - Prospective Debutantes


4/9/21:Sip & Sew


3/16/21:Navigating the Admissions Process


3/20/21:College Admissions Process


3/8/21: Happy International Women's Day from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Phi Epsilon Omega Chapter


3/5/21: A Race to the Finish!
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11/3/2020: VOTE 2020

Nov 13, 2020 - Virtual Career, HBCU Graduate School & Vendor Fair


Vote 2020




This will be a once-in-a-lifetime joyful occasion to observe the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment, and to honor the African-American women who fought for the right to vote, to end voter suppression and to push for the progress of the Black community and American society as a whole.
In particular, we will discuss:
       “Lifting As We Climb”: The major role African-American women played in the fight for women to vote;
       “A’int Gonna’ Let Nobody Turn Me Around”: The righteous and continuing fight against voter suppression;
·        “Power Concedes Nothing Without A Demand”: Organizing and mobilizing votes on behalf of community empowerment;
       “The Sisterhood”: African-American women taking their rightful place in politics, including running for office and supporting other candidates; and
       “Keep Our Eyes On the Prize”: The journey to become one of the largest active voting blocs in the U.S., how to use this power and what it means for our future.

Date and Time: Saturday, August 15th, 11AM-1:30PM CST
Platforms: Zoom, Radio, Facebook Live, Instagram
Outlets: WVON1690-The Talk of Chicago, 
Organizer: Midway Broadcasting


On March 7th, 1965, a group of peaceful demonstrators attempted to march from Selma to Montgomery, AL in support of equal voting rights, but were met with violence and bloodshed – widely known as Bloody Sunday. That fateful day opened the eyes of the world to the Black community's struggle for the right to vote and ultimately spurred passage of the Voting Rights Act on August 6, 1965.

In 2013, the United States Supreme Court effectively invalidated the Voting Rights Act, ending federal protections against racially discriminatory voting laws.

Today as the fight for equal access to the ballot box continues, we challenge you to know your voting rights and find out if your Senator supports H.R. 4- The Voting Rights Advancement Act to ensure the right to vote for all Americans.


July 27, 2020
We are only THREE months away from the 2020 November election, and over the next 100 days we will do our part to ensure every eligible American is registered to vote!
Tell EVERYONE to visit to register to vote and check their voting status.



JUNE 02, 2020




May 2, 2020 - Talk Derby to Me CANCELLED

April 10, 2020 Global Impact Day

February 2020: Eyeglass Collection


February 7, 2020 - AKA Goes Red for Heart Health


January 23, 2020 - Happy Charter Day


January 20, 2020


December 14, 2019: A Different World College Readiness


December 15, 2019: Pretty Golden Holiday Party


December 21, 2019: Ugle Christmas Sweater Party

Alpha Kappa Alpha and Kappa Alpha Psi present The Pretty Ugly Khristmas Sweater Party Tickets, Sun, Dec 1, 2019 at 4:00 PM | Eventbrite click here

Novmber 15, 2019: Care for the Caregivers Community Impact Day



November 16, 2019: Cotillion Tea


November 11, 2019: Pop Up Part 2 with the Homeless


November 02, 2019: Healthy Lung Expo


October 12, 2019: 90's Day Party


October 12 & 14, 2019: #CAP College Admissions Process


September 16, 2019: HBCU Community Impact Day

August 25, 2019: International Day of Prayer


August 04, 2019: Back to School


June 3, 2019: Sorors Swim Too!


May 3, 2019: Candlelight Bowling Party


May 1, 2019: Fight Club - Breast cancer patients & survivors


April 4, 2019: Our Vice-President Hareder says NO to Plastic Straws! #noplasticstraws #globalimpact #PEOsaysNO


April 1, 2019: Refugee Solidarity Walk


March 28 - 31, 2019: 85th Central Regional Conference


January 31, 2019 - AKA Goes Red for the Day- CANCELLED

January 26, 2019: Phi Epsilon Omega's 20/20 Vision Fair Event


January 23, 2019: Phi Epsilon Omega's 20th Anniversary Meet and Greet


January 21, 2019: Martin Luther King Day of Service


January 19, 2019 - King Harwood Classic - CANCELLED

December 20, 2018: Toy Drive for Thornton Township


December 8, 2018: Cotillion Sweets and Treats


November 17, 2018: Shades of Pink Cotillion Informational Tea


November 16, 2018: Caregiver Support Luncheon


Ocober 1, 2018: Breast Cancer Awareness Day


August. 26, 2018: International Day of Prayer

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