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Check out Shana Charell Acoustic on ReverbNation That's my sister!!!!!! <3

Check out Shana Charell Acoustic on ReverbNation That's my sister!!!!!! <3

ΔΦE Founder: Ida Bienstock Landau (1899-1986) graduated law school in 1920 and practiced in NYC. In 1921, she married Jacob Landau, a non-citizen, and, as a result, lost her citizenship and the right to practice law. Ida petitioned Congress about this injustice, resulting in the adoption of the Cable Act, which restored her citizenship and ensured that American women would not forfeit their citizenship by marriage to a non-citizen. Ida went on to serve as a journalist & relocate Jewish…

ΔΦE Founder: Ida Bienstock Landau (1899-1986) graduated law school in 1920 and practiced in NYC. In 1921, she married Jacob Landau, a non-citizen, and, as a result, lost her citizenship and the right to practice law. Ida petitioned Congress about this injustice, resulting in the adoption of the Cable Act, which restored her citizenship and ensured that American women would not forfeit their citizenship by marriage to a non-citizen. Ida went on to serve as a journalist & relocate Jewish…

ΔΦE Founder: Eve Effron Robin (1900-1987) believed education & DPhiE were means for women in the early 20th century to broaden their base & enrich their lives. Her passions were education, books, travel and art. Always learning and encouraging others to learn. Her life-long friendship with her founding sisters personified everything about the joys of lasting friendship within our sisterhood. Her sudden death during travels in Europe is an inspiration for us to embrace life & explore our…

ΔΦE Founder: Eve Effron Robin (1900-1987) believed education & DPhiE were means for women in the early 20th century to broaden their base & enrich their lives. Her passions were education, books, travel and art. Always learning and encouraging others to learn. Her life-long friendship with her founding sisters personified everything about the joys of lasting friendship within our sisterhood. Her sudden death during travels in Europe is an inspiration for us to embrace life & explore our…

ΔΦE Founder: Sylvia Steierman Cohn (1900-1972) was a role model for women - dedicated to her family, aware of her community's needs, & conscious of her role as an educated person. She worked with her husband in real estate, taught law, and was active in her community. Reflecting on her experience at the Golden Anniversary in 1967, Sylvia shared: "It is in the evening of life that these occasions and the memories which they provide become more precious and remain the treasures which we…

ΔΦE Founder: Sylvia Steierman Cohn (1900-1972) was a role model for women - dedicated to her family, aware of her community's needs, & conscious of her role as an educated person. She worked with her husband in real estate, taught law, and was active in her community. Reflecting on her experience at the Golden Anniversary in 1967, Sylvia shared: "It is in the evening of life that these occasions and the memories which they provide become more precious and remain the treasures which we…

ΔΦE Founder: Minna Goldsmith Mahler (1899-1989) was always interested in the cause of peace in the world and understanding between people. She played a significant role in our founding, coordinating the instrumental act of creating the constitution and by-laws that still guide our sorority, with assistance from her brother who was an officer of Pi Lambda Phi. After practicing law & raising her family, Minna sat on the Human Rights Committee of the UN with Eleanor Roosevelt & became a UN…

ΔΦE Founder: Minna Goldsmith Mahler (1899-1989) was always interested in the cause of peace in the world and understanding between people. She played a significant role in our founding, coordinating the instrumental act of creating the constitution and by-laws that still guide our sorority, with assistance from her brother who was an officer of Pi Lambda Phi. After practicing law & raising her family, Minna sat on the Human Rights Committee of the UN with Eleanor Roosevelt & became a UN…

D Phi E Love! If you’re a Delta Phi Epsilon girl, submit some information about your sorority! Your favorite chant?

"Our founders are the dimes because we are perfect tens." Would Minna approve?

"Our founders are the dimes because we are perfect tens." Would Minna approve?

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