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As we celebrate Founders Day to the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha. Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first Greek-lettered sorority established and incorporated by African-American college women, founded January 15, 1908. Check out 10 celebrity AKA’s in the gallery. Above, The First Lady of the Civil Rights Movement Coretta Scott King was the model AKA because of her tireless community…

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Black films hosts predominantly Black casts but have found success with largely non-black audiences worldwide. Check out a few blockbusters with black casts. Notice any actors or actresses who have found success in multiple movies on this list? –Joi Pearson @JoiAPearson Above, Lee Daniels: The Butler is the latest feature from the Weinstein company. It stars Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, Cuba Gooding,…

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  The black Greek letter organization Alpha Kappa Alpha celebrates its 105th birthday on Jan. 15, and the sorority counterpart to the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity has some pretty prominent celebrities and icons within its proud ranks. That list of famous stars includes a civil rights leader who was the wife of the movement’s most…

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On Dec. 2, 2012, the UNCF Evening of Stars charity event was held in Pasadena, Calif. Many celebrities hit the red carpet to support the affair. Some of the fashions were a bit lackluster on the carpet while others were very memorable and fashion forward. Keyshia Cole made a grand entrance wearing black and white,while…

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