The alumnae Deltas in New Jersey do not play games when it comes to professionalism, sisterhood, service or SLAYING!
The 51 Shades of DSTinction line from the North Jersey Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. celebrated their first Deltaversary on April 23, 2018 and they celebrated the entire month.
“We define sisterhood as a commitment to love, strength, and devotion with an eternally open heart. In every moment with one another we understand that it is chosen journey of a lifetime and not a destination we are moving towards,” Aarin Michele Williams, Esq. told Watch The Yard.
As part of their celebration of sisterhood, the sorors did a photo shoot with photographer @Joshua_Dwain at Princeton University.
Check out the photos below:
The sorors also celebrated their sisterly bond with a Sisterhood Brunch and with the overwhelming support of NJAC Chapter Sorors, collected non-perishable items and packed over 300 bagged lunches that they delivered to the Hoboken, NJ Homeless Shelter.
The North Jersey Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta NJAC was chartered in 1939 and was the first chapter of Delta Sigma Theta in the State of New Jersey. They will be celebrating their 80th anniversary next year.
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