Narrated by Phylicia Rashad, ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA: A LEGACY OF SERVICE, documents the 115-year history of one of the nation’s oldest African American women’s organizations. Since its founding at Howard University in 1908, the members of Alpha Kappa Alpha have empowered communities across the globe. Beginning with their Depression era Mississippi Health Project, Alpha Kappa Alpha has facilitated national and international service initiatives for those in need. This legacy of striving for the common good has not always been easy but collectively the sisterhood endures. With over 1,000 chapters and 300,000 members worldwide, the organization is well-positioned for the future.