BALTIMORE (WJZ)—It’s a national and international sorority more than 300,000 women strong, dedicated to public service, and they’re celebrating their 100th birthday right here in Baltimore.
Ron Matz has more with the ladies of Delta Sigma Theta.
The Deltas are in town celebrating their 100th anniversary.
“Deltas are involved in the community,” said Eleanor Matthews, Delta Sigma Theta member. “Wherever you go you’ll see Deltas working in the community with a wide variety of activities to uplift people.”
The world’s largest African American women’s organization has strong Baltimore ties.
“Deltas represent women from around the world. We represent college educated women. Our whole area is for cultural, educational and service activities,” said Dr. Thelma Daley, former sorority president.
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The Deltas are devoted to public service.
“It means a lot to me because I feel we are able to do so much in the community, and…
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