social action campaigns. Our aim is to support our communities both politically and socially to
the causes of justice, equality, and freedom promoting our ideals of “Achievement in Every
Field of Human Endeavor.” Some of our causes includes:
Voter Registration DriveVoting is the most significant responsibility we have in a democratic society. Voting
encourages choice and is your expression of your values and beliefs. Whatever you believe,
voting is important both locally and nationally.
If you are not registered to vote, please begin the process now.
Kappas on Capitol Hill
Each year the Annapolis (MD) Alumni Chapter participates in the Fraternity’s national political cause. The James “Biff” Carter Legislative Conference, commonly known as “Kappas on Capitol Hill,” is intended to connect the concerns of members to key federal legislators and regulators, to effect positive change. Since its inception in 2002, members of Kappa have met with influential members of Congress, including our own Brother John Conyers and others, who have been strong advocates for the priorities of African-Americans.
Annual Maryland General Assembly, Kappa Day in Annapolis
Each year the Annapolis (MD) Alumni Chapter participates in Kappa Day in Annapolis, MD to meet with state legislators and other key officials. Kappa Day aims to educate brothers and Kappa Leaguers about the legislative process, allowing them to advocate for issues of concern via testimony and continue our rich legacy of being active in the community.