Social Action in Action

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September 24 - National Voter Registration Day

The National Social Action Commission is asking chapters to participate by holding voter registration drives; educate voters on the upcoming elections; and make sure citizens always know their voting status. The stakes are high every election cycle and we need to make sure that our community is engaged, educated and prepared to VOTE.

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Uterine Fibroids Awareness Month

Congratulations to the San Diego Alumnae Chapter for getting ACR-257 passed in the California Assembly! This measure declared July 2018 as Uterine Fibroids Awareness Month in California and recognizes the need for greater research, treatment, and care options regarding uterine fibroids.

Read the Resolution
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Cival Rights Principles for Safe, Healthy & Inclusive School Climates

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has signed on as a partner with the Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights, Education Task Force to advocate for a safe, healthy and inclusive learning environment for students in Pre K-12. The purpose of this partnership is to advocate for policy changes to prevent further disenfranchisement of historically marginalized students of color, students with disabilities, LGBTQ youth, religious minorities, sexual assault survivors and immigrant students. Click here to view a copy of the principles associated with this project. 

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55th Anniversay of Selma to Montgomery March

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will participate in the 55th Anniversary of Selma to Montgomery March on Sunday, March 1, 2020. Click here for the SAVE THE DATE announcement. More details will be forthcoming.

Farwest Regional Social Action Coordinators

Christine O. Emuka

Co-Coordinator

Cheryl Gully

Co-Coordinator

Donna Williams

ALASKA

Kenosha Skinner

ARIZONA

Dian Harrison

CALIFORNIA - NORTH

Kennisha Green

CALIFORNIA - SOUTH

Berneicea Worrell

HAWAII

Kitara Jordan

INTERNATIONAL

Nedra Cooper

NEVADA

Phylicia Haggerty

OREGON

Kathleen Spencer Christy

UTAH

Lauren Thomas

WASHINGTON

Civil Rights Principles for Safe, Healthy & Inclusive School

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has signed on as a partner with the Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights, Education Task Force to advocate for a safe, healthy and inclusive learning environment for students in Pre K-12. The purpose of this partnership is to advocate for policy changes to prevent further disenfranchisement of historically marginalized students of color, students with disabilities, LGBTQ youth, religious minorities, sexual assault survivors and immigrant students. Click here to view a copy of the principles associated with this project.