International Awareness & Involvement
The Harrisburg Alumnae Chapter strives to increase international awareness and promotes participation and education of global issues. The International Awareness and Involvement Committee is dedicated to developing community programs designed to provide assistance, relief and resources to developing countries; as well as fostering local advocacy for social injustices and helping those in need. The chapter’s commitment to organizing change and encouraging cultural awareness is proudly demonstrated by its current initiatives and past projects.
Signature events include:
Participation in walk events
Community Soul Line Dancing
Diabetes & Health Fairs
Arts & Letters
The National Arts and Letters Commission was launched on September 24, 1973, under the presidency of our 15th National President Lillian Pierce Benbow. The ultimate goal of the National Commission of Arts and Letters has been to boldly advance the black experience; highlighting the artistic contributions of African American people of the past and present and elevating them to public attention with particular emphasis on the positive roles of Black women. The Harrisburg Alumnae Chapter participates in this initiative with Red Carpet Events, Author Spotlights and highlighting the arts in the Harrisburg community.
Delta Red Carpet Events
The Little Mermaid
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