Delta Sigma Theta
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge made a permanent impression on the White House reporter pool on Thursday, after she was forced to give a short lesson on manners.
The Delta Sigma Theta sorority stepped in to help a North Carolina teacher who was facing financial burdens purchase school supplies.
During Roland Martin and NewsOne Now’s annual trip to Los Angeles for the NAACP Image Awards, Martin sat down with actress/comedian Kym Whitley for a hilarious, wild, and crazy interview. During the comedic barrage of one-liners and jokes between Martin and Whitley, they were able to sneak in a few moments to talk about all of […]
Ever since the reality series “Sorority Sisters” made its debut on VH1, the show has sparked a lot of controversy within the Black community and many advertisers decided to pull their ads from the program due to the portrayal of “greek life” on the show. Consequently, Delta Sigma Theta sorority reportedly expelled five members that are […]
More sponsors have pulled their ads from VH1’s “Sorority Sisters.” Will VH1 pull the program or continue to air the show that has everyone upset over how Black women are depicted on the show? Despite the four presidents of the African American sororities of Delta Sigma Theta, Sigma Gamma Rho, Zeta Phi Beta and Alpha […]
VH1 premiered their new reality TV series, “Sorority Sisters,” which has drawn the ire of many, including Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now” and a White member of Delta Sigma Theta. They shared their impressions on the show. The show features women from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho […]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Recent protests against the police killings of Eric Garner and Michael Brown have created a conundrum for the nation’s black fraternities and sororities: to remain relevant in the black community they need to be involved, but protect their reputations if demonstrations go awry. SEE ALSO: #BlackLivesMatter: Where Are The Protests For Justice […]
WASHINGTON D.C. Black sorority, Delta Sigma Theta has celebrated its 98th Founder’s Day. Delta Sigma Theta was founded in 1913 at Howard University by 22 female students. Delta Sigma Theta has a history of political activism dating since the women’s suffrage movement when they marched in the 1918 Women Suffrage March in Washington D.C. The […]
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