Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. - I respect the fact that they were the first. They paved the way and had a vision for Black women to have a sisterhood organization that they could call their own. As they are now approaching their centennial, I commend and salute them on such a remarkable legacy. Most of the AKAs that I know carry themselves as ladies and are quite classy
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. - I admire these women for going against the grain and being so politically driven. They saw a need, and answered the call, helping to open the door for many of the rights and opportunities that I have as a Black woman in America today. Most of the Deltas that I know are leaders in every sense of the word and knows how to handle their business.
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. - As the only divine 9 sorority founded off of a HBCU campus, I respect their ability to birth such an organization in the midst of racism and injustice in Indiana. That is truly an accomplishment within itself. Most of the Rhos that I know are unique and intelligent individuals, who are down to earth, kind, and very easy to get along with.
Honestly, I have equal respect for all of the Black Greek Lettered Organizations that comprise the Divine 9. As organizations that are apart of the NPHC, we all share the same goal of helping to uplift our community and better serve mankind. I think that is a beautiful thing and I feel blessed to be connected to such a positive bond.
What organization do I respect second to Mine? hmmm... this is an easy one.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated. -- (specifically Alpha Chapter)
These women are driven, laid back, and still handle their business... They are definitely some of my favorite people, and they don't stray from the purpose and intents of their founders... I appreciate that... so hurray for ZPhiB...