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Alpha Kappa Alpha

Starting in 2015, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKA) and NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, are working together to increase mental health awareness in the African American community.

AKA is the oldest sorority founded by African American women. It is an international service organization that was founded on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. in 1908. Alpha Kappa Alpha is comprised of more than 283,000 members in 987 graduate and undergraduate chapters and is often hailed as “America’s premier Greek-letter organization for African American women.” Learn more about Alpha Kappa Alpha.

AKA chapters will work with NAMI State Organizations and NAMI Affiliates to provide information about mental health, treatment and recovery to the African American community. Together, we will help communities access much needed services and support.

NAMI and Alpha Kappa Alpha leaders can visit our partnership resource page for information about planning collaborative events and working together on major initiatives.

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Green Terminal Tower 2016 AKA MH month

Terminal Tower lit green in honor of
Mental Health Month, May 2016

Thank you for making it happen Alpha Kappa Alpha!


AKA Swag check r

A Big Thank you to
the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority – Lambda Phi Omega Chapter.
Their SWAG Walk held on June 11, 2016
raised $1,165 for NAMI Greater Cleveland!



1st Annual Sober Ball
Presented By The Cleveland Drug Court On June 17, 2016.

Autra and Judge Lauren at drug Court ball


AKA’s and Autra Dozier attending the 
2016 NAMIWalks Kick-off Luncheon


AKA at the 2016 NAMIWalks Kick-off Luncheon


The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Lambda Phi Omega Chapter
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Sunday Supper & Service Sunday,
January 17th, 2015, At The Veterans Domiciliary.


The AKA sorority thanked veterans for serving our country
. “Your beliefs and actions demonstrate Liberty, Justice and a pursuit of happiness. It is your heart, commitment and dedication that allow this great nation to perpetuate. As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fought for freedom, so did you and today we salute you!”

NAMI GC’s Multicultural Outreach Coordinator, Autra Dozier
was one of the featured speaker’s for the event.




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