Sorority sisters get 2nd chance at lawsuit

Gresko, Jessics
August 2011
Charlotte Post;8/25/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 50, p5A
The article reports that eight members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha, America's oldest black sorority, are getting a second chance at lawsuit against the sorority and its former president Barbara McKinzie for alleged mismanagement of funds.


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