Regional ConferenceH I G H L I G H T S Andria Jeffries leads the workshop on Scholarship and Standards: Policies and Procedures. The Regional Director Awards ties, are we doing the things neces- become like sticks in a bundle.” were presented to Brigadier Gene- sary?” Dr. Randolph also mentioned Rev. Gwendolyn E. Boyd, 22nd Na- ral Gwendolyn Bingham, Petersburg that African-Americans should not tional President and National Social Alumnae; Reverend Joseph Darby, hold allegiance to a party, but have Action Commission co-chair, issued pastor of Morris Brown A.M.E. Chur- allegiance to the wrong that is being a call to action to members of Delta ch (Charleston, SC); and State Sena- done. He stated “other ethnic groups Sigma Theta. “If we want something tor Robert Ford, South Carolina. Dr. work together to affect change, but different, we have to do something Lonnie Randolph, president of the we as a people do not use our fun- different because too much is at South Carolina State NAACP, was the ds to support change.” Dr. Randolph stake,” she said. “Seize the moment. keynote speaker who asked the que- asked that Deltas help organizations Now is the time for change. Now is stion, “Now that we have opportuni- like the NAACP “to work together and the time to act.” Advocacy in Action Awards were presented to Pi Omicron Chapter (Wake Forest University) as well as the Portsmouth and Anderson Alum- nae Chapters. ▲ SOUTH ATLANTIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE HOST CHAPTERS: Charleston Alumnae North Charleston Alumnae SOUTH ATLANTIC REGIONAL CONFERENCE COORDINATORS: Virginia D. Weaver, Conference Coordinator Christina Hayes-Bradham, Conference Co-Coordinator Dr. Paulette Walker and other panelists at the Opening Session on Collegiate Day. Na- Lisa S. King, Conference Co-Coordinator tional Second Vice President Chelsea C. Hayes, South Atlantic Regional Representative Amanda Wise and other panelists listen intently. 62 ▲ DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC.
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