These Spring 1989 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorors From Michigan State University Celebrated Their 30 AKAversary With This Beautiful Photoshoot
The women of Alpha Kappa Alpha from Michigan State University are STUNNING!
The Spring 1989 line of AKAs from the Delta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. recently celebrated their line’s 30th AKAversary with a photoshoot at the Clark County Heritage Museum in Henderson, NV.
The line, which was named 20 G.R.A.N.D. opened up to Watch The Yard about what sisterhood has meant to them over the last 30 years.
“To our line of 20 G.R.A.N.D., Sisterhood isn’t just a word. It’s a blessing, a responsibility, and bond that is nurtured over time and distance in order to thrive, grow and stay Ivy strong. It fills your heart with joy so that you can stand any pain that comes your way. To quote my Sand Kimberly Keaton Williams “Our pictures are almost as beautiful as the memories we created (over 30 years). And both will become more precious over time,” Lisa D. Barone, one of the sorors, told Watch The Yard in an email.
For their beautiful photos, the sorors teamed up with photographer Teri McNabb of Teri Mae Photography in Las Vegas, NV.
Check out the photos below!
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