Political Awareness and Involvement
One of the first public acts of our sorority occurred in March 1913, when the founders of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. participated in the Women’s Suffrage March in Washington, DC. Since that time, the Social Action Committee of each chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has remained an active catalyst for change. SWDCA continues to carry on the mission of our National Office by facilitating our chapter's voter education and registration drives, hosting candidate forums, and participating in letter-writing campaigns to our local/state/national government officials demanding action on issues that affect our communities, etc. We are committed to leave our mark on society and to not let injustices remain unaddressed. SWDCA understands the need to engage politically through social action. Social action is the vehicle through which we address emerging and perennial issues in our service area communities, state, nation, and world.
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