A Message from the President

Greetings sorors and guests. Welcome to the online home of the Benton Harbor-St. Joseph Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. We are pleased that you have taken time to view our website to learn more about our chapter and our efforts to positively impact the communities that we serve. We are proud of the work that our chapter has done since we were chartered on October 21, 1967. We will continue to uphold the principals of our 22 Founders by providing programs and projects that support the sorority's 5 Point Programmatic Thrust:

·         Economic Development

·         Educational Development

·         International Awareness and Involvement

·         Physical and Mental Health

·         Political Awareness

Our hope is that you find information on this website that will let you get to know us and also to inspire you to commit to support our community service and fund raising efforts.

Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in a potential partnership that will be supportive of the communities in which we serve.

Thank you for stopping by,

Dorothy Parker, President

Community Book Read Event

Join us for a Community Book Read Event on

"Stand Your Ground" by Victoria Christopher Murray
The book focus  "...three women forced to grapple with their faith and their belief in the justice system"

May 17, 2016 - 6:00 pm
Benton Harbor Public Library

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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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con't Soror Ruby Dee

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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Join us for
 The 2nd Annual

Make a Joyful Noise Gospel Musical Explosion

When:Sunday, May 15, 2016, 4:00pm.
Where:  Lake Michigan College
What:  Featuring local gospel artists 
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Please click the link below for the Flyer

 Make a Joyful Noise Flyer