Black Greeks: The Divine Nine of Social Action (Postponed)
This event has been postponed until sometime in the near future. Watch for updates!
Are you aware of the role historically Black Greek-letter organizations and their members have played in the Black community and beyond? Ja’Milla Lomas, Smith College Class of 2000, has been a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, for more than 20 years. Join us as she explores the ongoing impact the Divine Nine, as they came to be known, have on the educational, economic, social and political advancements of the African American Community.
From their founding at American colleges and universities, Greek-letter organizations have contributed to the seminal moments of civil rights advancement, been a resource of support for students in their educational development and served as pillars of community action and involvement as they championed matters that impact the daily lives of African Americans.
|[go to article]|
The Smith College Club of New York City respects your privacy!
To make sure these communications are not mistakenly blocked in the future by your spam-blocker, please add 'firstname.lastname@example.org' and 'email@example.com' to your approved-senders-list. If you no longer wish to receive correspondence of this kind from the Smith College Club of New York City please follow this unsubscribe link: http://www.smithclubnyc.org/unsubscribe.html?email=[email]. You will be removed from receiving any further e-mails at that point. Please allow up to 72 hours to process.