To celebrate their line’s 20th anniversary, the Spring 1997 AKAs who crossed at the University of Alabama took over New York City’s Times Square in their glowing brown skin, wearing bold colors and with naturals poppin’ for a photoshoot that needs to be seen!
The ladies pledged the Theta Sigma chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at the University of Alabama in Spring 1997. They’ve been celebrating their anniversary all year, and capped things of with an extended weekend trip to help the city that never sleeps stay woke.
This is a photo of the ladies after their probate show in Spring 1997.
Their line’s name is T.R.U.E. (Ten Rays of Ultimate Endurance), and “T.R.U.E. Colors” was their theme for their pictures. Pictured are Takesha Shannon, Staci Brown Brooks, Shelby Allen Mitchell, Rashida Gross Branson, Dr. Quanda Watson Stevenson and Syvonya James Tucker and the photos were taken by Achim Harding Photography.
How many times do you think they said “And we STILL look good!” throughout their trip?
Get it, ladies! Keep SLAYING!
Special thanks to Staci Brooks for letting us know about this shoot!
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