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: