From Chicago Sun-Times
One of the nation’s most influential black women’s organizations was found in contempt of court Tuesday by a judge in Chicago for failing to bring the group’s records to court, as he had ordered on Monday.
The Chicago-based Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. sent a human resources manager to court. She told the judge she didn’t have the records.
“It has become apparent to this court that the leadership of the organization has intentionally taken steps to frustrate this court’s order,” Cook County Judge Daniel Riley said, ordering that the organization’s records custodian be in court Wednesday.
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