A fascinating introduction to Alpha Kappa Alpha’s pioneering members - women who have been active, visionary barrier breakers, seizing every opportunity to make a difference throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. This exhibit ensures that their empowering stories continue to inspire and are not left out of recorded history.
Usher, Bazoline Estelle
South Atlantic Region
Kappa Omega Chapter
First African American female Director & Supervisor of Negro Schools in the Atlanta School System. This pioneer became the first African American school official to have an office in City Hall (1944) (Atlanta, Georgia).