Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Celebrates its 98th Founders’ Day

By on Jan 14, 2011 in Education, Events, International, United States, Universities Comments


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Delta Sigma Theta celebrates its 98th Founders’ Day, January 13, 2011.  This sorority was founded in 1913 and was incorporated in 1930.  It is considered the largest African-American Sorority that has chapters from all over the world and with over 350,000 members in the Grand Chapter.

The Delta Sigma Theta has significant missions in education and public service, and has participated in countless civil rights concerns about women. They also aim for “economic development, international awareness and involvement, physical and mental health; and political awareness and involvement.”

According to Cynthia M.A. Butler-McIntyre, National President of the Delta Sigma Theta Incorporated, ‘There are 250,000 women in nearly more than 100,000 chapters in America and abroad’, adding that ‘Service is what we do, service is who we are…’



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