DoveR alumnae chapter
delta sigma theta sorority, inc.
political Awareness & Involvement
Delta Sigma Theta has been committed to service through social action since our founding in 1913. Our 22 Founders participated in the Suffrage March of 1913, just two months after establishing the Sorority, and our members have been at the forefront of social and political struggles ever since.
Under the direction of the National Social Action Commission, Delta Sigma Theta mobilizes our members, chapters, and national leaders to advocate for the Sorority’s predetermined positions and objectives. Delta Sigma Theta has become an integral part of the movement to secure equal political, educational, and economic rights for all Black people.
The Dover Alumnae Chapter and its members are engaged in a variety of social action activities focused on enacting laws and polices to sustain and expand the rights and privileges of citizenship to all people and to protect the most vulnerable amongst us. Locally these activities include:
NATIONAL SOCIAL ACTION PRIORITIES
Educational Disparities and Inequalities
Reimagining Public Safety
Supporting Gender EqualityCombating Racial Profiling
NATIONAL SOCIAL ACTION INITATIVES
Deltas use their influence to enact laws and policies to sustain and expand the rights and privileges of citizenship and to protect the vulnerable and unfortunate.
Resolutions guide Delta Sigma Theta’s social action agenda and promote advocacy/coalition activities, program initiation/revision, and resource allocation.Read More
Delta Days in the Nation’s Capital (DDNC) is the Sorority’s annual legislative conference held in Washington DC.Read More
Delta Days at the United Nations was established by the National Social Action Commission in 2004 to educate and raise awareness of global issues and international policyRead More