As the center of Black fraternity and sorority culture online, we at Watch The Yard get sent hundreds of yard shows each year from across the nation. This week however, we came across a video from the women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at the University of Florida and it stood out in a way that we have not seen in a long time.
Instead of relying on popular songs that the crowd likes, boring strolls, or gimmicks, these ladies took a route that many chapters nowadays do not. They let their work in the community do the talking by having each member list off all of the initiatives that their chapter is running in their local community and the great work that their sorority is doing on a national and international level.
The ladies still sang sorority songs and put on a performance but what stood out was their strength, directness, pride and confidence in telling the campus the work they do.
They had no time to throw shade toward other sororities because they were too busy listing off their own accomplishments and service. It was simple, extremely classy, and the proof was in the pudding; these ladies RUN THINGS.
Watch their video which was shot by Solstice Graphix, LLC below:
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