Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.® Chattanooga Alumnae Chapter
Joy in our Sisterhood, Power in our Voice and Service in our Heart

Images of Delta's at walking at MLK parade

Social Action

Social Action was the Sorority’s first act of public service. Twenty-two college-educated women felt compelled to take a stance, join a national movement, and march for women’s right to vote on March 3, 1913. Over 100 years later, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority continues to step up and speak out against a myriad of social issues that impacts the African-American community locally, nationally, and internationally. Our primary focus is on the injustices of women and children.

Chattanooga Alumnae Chapter Social Action Initiatives include:

  • Candidate Forum
  • Stroll to Polls
  • Dialogue with the Deltas
  • Domestic Violence Awareness
  • Voter Registration and Education