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  1. Renaissance Women Virtual Tour – Day Twenty

    Black Women in the Frontlines: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going and What We Should Be Concerned With Once We Get There The title of my blog entry is an attempt to capture in one long phrase, kudos and praises as well as a slight nudge of warning. It is meant to highlight the very…

  2. Renaissance Women Virtual Tour – Day Nineteen

    A Thread in the Cloth of Sisterhood The Founder’s of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority were exceptional women. Frankly, anyone who dared to assemble together to increase the strength of individuals for the betterment of the community at that time, was exceptional. Each Founder represented a thread of values, ideals, principles, convictions and character that, when…

  3. Renaissance Women Virtual Tour – Day Seventeen

    I have a confession to make: When I left for college in 1981 I didn’t know what a “fraternal organization” was. So it follows that I knew nothing about greekdom, pledging or Delta Sigma Theta. During my first months on campus, the women bonded by red, white and community service remained an awe-inspiring mystery to…

  4. Renaissance Women Virtual Tour – Day Sixteen

    It has taken me a long time to write this blog. The weight of the subject was a bit daunting. “Renaissance Women 1913-2010: A Sisterhood Called to Serve.” Wow! In our day to day life, it is sometimes easier to look ahead – to pay attention to things that lay before us, rather than take…

  5. RENAISSANCE WOMEN VIRTUAL TOUR – Day Fifteen

    FOUNDER SPOTLIGHT Naomi Sewell Richardson – a native of Washingtonville, New York, Ms. Richardson was extremely involved in social activism and civic service. She was appointed to the East St. Louis public school system after graduation by Dean Lewis B. Moore. Later, she taught in Illinois, Princeton, New Jersey, and New York City. Mrs. Richardson…