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Founded 100 years ago this month, Delta Sigma Theta (ΔΣΘ) is the largest African-American Greek-lettered sorority in the world. It is a sisterhood of more than 300,000 predominantly black college-educated women, and has chapters worldwide — United States, England, Japan (Tokyo and Okinawa), Germany, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, the Bahamas, and the Republic of Korea.
Here’s a look at nine successful African-American women who were — and continue to be — Deltas.
From Black Voices
Happy Founders Day to the women of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.! Members of the historically black organization haves warmed the streets of the nation’s capital celebrating 100 years of sisterhood and service.
Since the sorority was founded on January 13, 1913 on the Howard University campus, it has amassed a membership of over 250,000 esteemed and accomplished women. Many of these women are trailblazers in their industry and well-known famous faces in television, film and politics.
Read more at BlackVoices.com.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded on Howard University’s campus on January 13, 1913. The 22 women who founded this organization have gone on to become educators, lawmakers, entrepreneurs, community supporters and more. There are also many women who are members of Delta Sigma Theta that we may or may not know. The following are a small few of the women who were initiated during their college days.
There’s definitely something chic about being a Greek. Especially about being a member of the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Hundreds of young people, and graduate students too, go MIA as they pledge each year, and once they cross and are initiated in, they gain massive opportunities to network, engage in community service and fundraising. The NPHC has been around since 1930, and since then, it has seen a number of it’s organizations’ members go on to do big things and make big names of themselves. However, most of the black Greeks that are well-known are honorary members–no offense to them. Here’s a list of just a few living members of the four historically black sororities that pledged, you might not have known about, or would expect. Represent for your letters ladies!
Welcome to Grown Greek Talk 101. Knowing my fellow Greeks some will appreciate the contents of this article and others will curse me for it, ehhh things happen. Now that college is behind us, let’s discuss “Growing up Greek”; the dos and don’ts of being an alumni member of a Divine Nine organization and how to rep post college.