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Black flappers enjoying a football game at Howard University, 1920’s

Howard University students looking elegant at a football game more than 80 years ago. One of the many things I love about Howard University, the rich history of dignity and grace.

Delta Sigma Theta Mid Pose

The Dynasty Cap

Delta Sigma Theta Mid Pose

Dorothy Height, 10th President of Delta Sigma Theta

Dorothy Irene Height's Hats >< Civil Rights activist Dorothy Irene Height died April at the age of

delta sigma theta - Centennial Torch Tour, Greensboro, NC

delta sigma theta - Centennial Torch Tour, Greensboro, NC

Delta Soror Ericka Dunlap (Mu Iota Chapter @ UCF), broke a 68-year-old color barrier by becoming the first African-American Miss Florida. On September 20, 2003, was crowned Miss America 2004.

Delta Soror Ericka Dunlap (Mu Iota Chapter @ UCF), broke a color barrier by becoming the first African-American Miss Florida. On September was crowned Miss America

Founder Soror Edna Brown Coleman was born in Washington, D.C. Her father was a professor of religion at Howard so many of the first meetings of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. were held in her living room. She graduated in 1913 as Valedictorian and Class President. After graduation Edna Brown wed Frank Coleman, who was the co-founder of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Their relationship led to the term "Coleman Love" when describing a relationship between Deltas and Ques.

Coleman Love: Frank Coleman, an Omega Psi Phi Founder and Edna Brown Coleman, a founder of Delta Sigma Theta.

Mary Church Terrell: She is a civil rights trailblazer and a woman that I am honored to call my sister in Delta Sigma Theta...AOML

Mary Church Terrell: She is a civil rights trailblazer and a woman that I am honored to call my sister in Delta Sigma Theta.

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