I’m blessed to be a member of so many organizations, but one in particular is Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
This organization is a Greek sorority founded to assist with the plight of African American issues by African American women who challenged themselves to make a difference. Over 100 years later and many thousands of sorority sisters later, this organization still leaves an imprint on our community.
I was honored to join in 2010 with twenty other beautiful, inspiring, educated women on my line; The Titanic.
As I wrote in a card that was in our celebration box, we embody so much as a group of dignified women.
From nurses, school administrators, librarians, teachers, attorneys, business owners, engineers, policy makers, chefs, and so many other professions, I am blessed to have a community of inspiring Black women in my life.
Can you believe how short 100 years ago was? As I do, I’m forced to think of the struggles that Black women have faced and all that we are still conquering to advocate for equality. In such a short time my organization continues to do so much while continuously following the sentiments that were set by our founding members.
I’m blessed to celebrate 10 years in an organization that is still working to advocate, find advancements, and work collaboratively to help our community with issues past and present.
10 years down and a life time to grow!
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