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Social Action Committee

In March of 1913, nearly six weeks after its founding, several women of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated marched in the historic Women's Suffrage March. As the organization's first public act, Delta Sigma Theta continues to stay socially active. Today, the organization is working to register voters and help citizens to be heard. 


Under the direction of the National Social Action Commission, Ann Arbor Alumnae Chapter continues to institute activities focused on:

  1. Voter education and voter registration programs

  2. Combating Voter Suppression

  3. The full restoration of voting rights for individuals who have paid their debt to society (ex-offenders)

  4. Affordable Health Care and access to quality health care

  5. Financial Literacy and Economic Empowerment

  6. Support for HBCUs

  7. Political Awareness and Involvement

  8. Gender Equality

  9. Racial Profiling

  10. Voter education and registration programs for eligible students in service area high schools

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