A message from our president

Thank you for your interest in the Benton Harbor-St. Joseph Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.


As I think about our illustrious sorority, I realize there is much to be thankful for.  Our founders' courage, wisdom, determination and principles represent the ultimate example of the power of unified, strong, intelligent black women. Their unwavering loyalty to the idea of service is all the more relevant today - especially in a community such as ours, where families are facing unprecedented hardships and challenges. ...Read More ( javascript:nicTemp();)

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 Accepting Applications

The G.E.M.S. program is open to young women in the 9th-12th grade who attend high school in Southwestern Michigan and have applied for membership.   
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Lost an Icon:  Soror Ruby Dee
Today, we lost an icon, legend, and dear sweet Soror. We lost our beloved Ruby Dee Davis at the age of 91. She inspired many generations to go beyond and the expectations with grace and dignity. Ms. Dee was born October 27th, 1924 in Cleveland, OH. She grew up in Harlem. She was the first African-American actress to appear on network soap operas. She had a major role in ABC's 1960s nighttime soap, Peyton Place. She was also the first actress of color to appear in a  

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a major role within the American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, CT in 1965. Ruby Dee's career spanned six decades and she receivedcountless prestigious awards throughout her career. She was also an activist for civil rights, along with her husband the late Ossie Davis. Soror Ruby Dee was a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. She used her talent and activism to further our sorority's mission and commitment to public service. Our community has lost another leader, but heaven has gained again. Well done faithful and obedient servant.

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MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE

 Gospel Choir Competition

DATE: Saturday, January 24, 2015

TIME:  4:00pm

WHERE: Lake Michigan College

               Mendel Mainstage

ENTRY FEE:

Choir (10+ people):  $150.00

 

APPLICATIONS DUE:  

Saturday, December 1, 2014

 

PRIZES:  GRAND PRIZE $1,000.00

 SECOND PRIZE $500.00

THIRD PRIZE $250.00