Sisterhood: a link or relationship between women who share a common goal, purpose, or drive.
Being in a sorority is not just about wearing the same colors, calling out the same chant, or throwing up the same symbol. Many times people forget the purpose of sisterhood, they ignore the mission, and get caught up on the parties, the social events, and the “networking.”
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of attending the Sister II Sister Sorority Luncheon, hosted by Taylor Thomas, of WHUR (oh yea she happens to be my Auntie)! It was so refreshing to be around women who put aside Sorority differences, and came together to empower and uplift each other. Sheryl Underwood was the key note speaker…she touched on our responsibility as sorority women, to really continue to implement change, and remember the values and the drive of our founders to change the world, and help our community. I definitely shed a few tears, and felt so motivated to continue my efforts, to not only, support and give back to my community, but also, continue my entrepreneurship goals.
Outfit of the Day:
What Im Wearing:
1. Dress- ASOS 2. Shoes- Nine West 3. Bag- 1800 LOVE DST