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Cheryl Gully, IAC President
Since its chartering in 1993, the Inglewood Alumnae Chapter has worked to uphold the vision of the 22 Founders of Delta Sigma Theta through our work in the City of Inglewood. Our membership is dedicated to not only effecting social change in our community but also fostering life long bonds among the members to create a true and lasting sisterhood. We are proud of previous accomplishments and are excited to continue as a faithful and focused force in the Inglewood community.
CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF SERVICE
THE INGLEWOOD ALUMNAE CHAPTER OF DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC.
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WHO WE SERVE
For 30 years, IAC has focused its work and dedication to the serving the Inglewood Community. Our programs and services have a direct and measurable impact on the residents in Inglewood.
We give thousands of dollars away in scholarships to Inglewood's high school seniors. We work with young girls and boys on the weekends to give them long lasting life lessons. Whether it is volunteering at SoFi, caravanning during the holidays, or bringing timely information on candidates running for office, we listen, we hear, and we impact.
Chapter's 30th Anniversary
This year, in April, The Inglewood Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will celebrate her 30th year of being in service. Listen as our current and past chapter presidents reflect on this marvelous accomplishment.
Brenda Lacy Davis
POLICE REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY
The time for social justice has come. At the very forefront of that reckoning is the need for police reform and accountability. While the majority of police officers are good public servants, there are repeated incidents of officer misconduct.
For too long, people of color have disproportionately been the recipients of police misconduct, and have struggled to have their complaints heard or believed and for anyone to be held accountable.