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From its inception in 1920 at Howard University, Zeta women have rejected the status quo. Our Founders dared to be different by establishing a sorority that would ‘chart a course of action, raise the consciousness of their people.’ Ninety-seven years later, their courage continues to inspire us to take a stand against injustice and become beacons for positive change.

Through our international GET ENGAGED™ social action program, launched under the leadership of International President Mary Breaux Wright, our sisterhood has mobilized to find new ways to solve old problems that plague the communities we serve. In these uncertain times, we must take action.


For more information about how to
"Get Engaged" contact:
Niderra Malone, Social Action Chair
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