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Bronx Alumnae Partners With Epsilon Tau For Virtual Panel Discussion

Submitted by Kristina Blackwood In celebration of Collegiate Connection Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, on Oct. 29, 2020 the Bronx Alumnae Chapter and Epsilon Tau Chapter held a virtual panel discussion for the community titled, “Love is Not Abusive.” There were more than 70 people in attendance.  Schools under Epsilon Tau’s charter includes City …

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Eastern Regional Leadership Hosts First Virtual Town Hall

Submitted by Chanta L. Jackson Eastern Regional Director Rosie Allen-Herring and Eastern Regional Representative Nadege DeBrosse hosted their first Virtual Town Hall on Nov. 15, 2020. The gathering was meant to provide a forum for chapter presidents and primary advisors to have candid conversations with regional leadership, to receive timely updates and share best practices. …

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Central Jersey Alumnae Hosts Its Annual Literary Cafe Featuring Delta Authors

Submitted by Tamu Lawhorne The Arts and Letters Committee of the Central Jersey Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. hosted a virtual Literary Café on Oct. 31, 2020, featuring three Delta authors: Joi Fisher-Griffin, Anna Paige-DeSouza and Angelica Ford.  CJA Member Tonya Edmonds served as the moderator for the event. The authors captivated …

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Reflections of Inaugural Red Table Talk with Delta Dears

Submitted by Jo-Ann Raines The Eastern Regional Leadership Team has been very busy as it approaches completion of the first 100 days of the new administration. An initiative was launched on Nov. 10 with the first Red Table Talk with Delta Dear Moments. Moderated by Gail Mitchell of Queens Alumnae Chapter and also the Delta …

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Collegiates Throughout Region Come together to Chat

Submitted by Arnette Dorsey Did you miss the Collegiate Chat?! What a fun and inviting way for members of the sorority to unmute, connect, and share in the perspectives of collegiate life during the COVID-19 pandemic!  Eastern Regional Director Rosie Allen Herring (#9 Alpha Chapter SP86) and Eastern Regional Representative Nadege DeBrosse (#2 Pi Tau …

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Two Potomac Valley Alumnae Members Named Maryland Sheroes for COVID Efforts

The Potomac Valley Alumnae (MD) Alumnae Chapter is proud to celebrate the recognition of two outstanding members by the Maryland Commission for Women. Judith (Judy) Taylor and Rachel Talia Watkins were named among Maryland’s “100 Sheroes” for their efforts to help victims of COVID. At its Centennial Summit in August, the Commission recognized women who …

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Washington DC Alumnae Prepares to Commemorate 100 Years of Excellence in Action

By Tamera Wells-Lee, Marjorie Kinard and Vinette Saunders On the heels of welcoming a dynamic group of powerful, passionate, and purposeful new initiates into Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. with its “DSTiny REDefined 79” Fall 2020 Line, the Washington DC Alumnae Chapter (WDCAC) soon will commemorate 100 years of a legacy destined for excellence in …

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Chester (PA) Alumnae Hosts Adopt a Black-Owned Business

Submitted by Kamira Evans COVID-19 does not mean that service is on hold! On Sept. 13, 2020, Chester(PA) Alumnae Chapter President Yolanda Hughes and chapter members, maintaining socialdistancing and state mandated precautions, hosted an Economic Development and SocialAction Event to adopt a local Black-Owned Business. Although participants were not able to gather, sorority and community …

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North Jersey Alumnae Invests in Educating Youth

Submitted by Jo-Ann Raines North Jersey Alumnae Chapter (NJAC) has supported New Jersey youth through its four programs for teens and other initiatives including co-sponsored in-person college fairs. With the advent of the pandemic, the chapter switched gears and initiated a Virtual College Fair Experience to engage students in the college exploration process safely. Led …

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