​​​Lexington (KY) Alumnae Chapter

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A Virtual Conversation with Representative Charles Booker

  • Sponsoring Voter Registration and voter education programs
  • Combating Voter Suppression
  • The full restoration of voting rights for individuals who have paid their debt to society (ex-offenders)
  • Affordable Health Care and access to quality health care
  • Financial Literacy and Economic Empowerment
  • Support for HBCU
  • Political Awareness and Involvement
  • Gender Equality
  • Racial Profiling


Under the auspices of the National Social Action Commission, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. continues to institute activities that foster:

Census 2020

In March of 1913, nearly six weeks after its founding, several Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Founders marched in the historic Suffragist March under the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. banner, the Sorority's first public act. Today, low voter turnout statistics highlight the need to continue to identify ways to include opportunities for all citizens to exercise their voting power. Each of Delta’s programmatic initiatives has an advocacy component that is implemented under the auspices of social action when it is appropriate or necessary to do so.

Stefania Greene
Social Action Chair

Social Action Commission

The Social Action Committee of the Lexington (KY) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is working with the US Census Bureau to provide education and resources to the community about the upcoming Census. 

Federal funds, grants and support to states, counties and communities are based on population totals and breakdowns by sex, age, race and other factors. Your community benefits the most when the census counts everyone. People in your community use census data in all kinds of ways, such as:

Individuals supporting community initiatives involving legislation, quality-of-life and consumer advocacy. 

Businesses using data to decide where to build factories, offices and stores, and these create jobs. 

Local government officials using the census to ensure public safety and plan new schools and hospitals. 

Real estate developers and city planners using the census to plan new homes and improve neighborhoods.

The United States Census Bureau is a principal agency of the U.S. Federal Statistical System, responsible for producing data about the American people and economy.

Data provided by Census.gov.

Rochelle Brown
Social Action Chair