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Deltas 2013

    A Leader with a Servant’s Heart

    Cynthia M.A. Butler-McIntyre has led the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority through a tumultuous period in U.S. and world history. It is an era of inspiring highs, such as the election and re-election of America’s...

    Delta Outreach–Exceeded Only by Its Vision

    On March 3, 1913, the day before the inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson, 5,000 women marched along the streets of Washington, D.C. “in a spirit of protest against the present political organization of...

    More Like A Family Reunion

    The Rev. Dr. Gwendolyn E. Boyd has been on a special assignment—chairing the Centennial Celebrations of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, of which she has been a member for many years. “It is truly a...

    Deltas Light the Torch in a Global Relay

    Throughout the past six months, an Olympic-style torch has been making its way across the United States—and even parts of the world. Its ultimate destination is Howard University in Washington, D.C., where its arrival...

    Honoring Civil Rights Pioneers

    Baltimore Area Chapters recognized the efforts of Civil Rights Pioneers in Baltimore during the 1955 and 1963 sit-ins at Read’s Drug Store, Northwood Theatre and the Hecht Company’s Rooftop Restaurant. This day was part of...

    The Deltas are Coming!

    The lighting of an Olympic-style torch at Howard University on July 11 will launch the 51st National Convention of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., part of a year-long celebration of the group’s 100-year legacy of Black...

    Baltimore Civil Rights Pioneers Feted in Delta Sigma Theta Event

    African Americans who played pivotal roles in Baltimore's Civil Rights Movement were honored at a recent ceremony organized by Delta Centennial Torch Tour Baltimore-Annapolis. Dozens of people were on hand May 19 for a...

    Deltas Celebrate Centennial with Suffrage March Redux

    The year was 1913 and at Howard University, 22 women were organizing to create the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. At the same time, women all across America were agitating for the right to vote. In...

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