Hattiesburg MS, 1962
The Literacy Test was evaluated by a single man who was not required to offer any rationale to justify his decisions.
Despite being college graduates and professional educators,
they were only four black teachers who passed this test and were allowed to vote.
Eta Chapter Congratulates our Scholarship Winners and working to be of service to the community
Teacher Appreciation Week
1st Place Winner, Glen Jackson Jr.
Mother's Day Donations
Teach-A -Rama- children's room
2nd Place Winner- Erica Muse
THE SORORITY & ALL YOUTH GROUPS WILL MEET VITURALY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Our annual Fashion Show has been postponed until November 13, 2021.
Until we are able to be together again please Stay safe,
Stay Connected &
Stay Hopeful, knowing that
Better days are coming!
Soror Dr. Candy Williams
Sharing wisdom, lifting spirits, and comforting souls. Congratulations on publishing her book "Healing Hearts"
Delivers Help from Eta Around the World
Eta Chapter is proud to partner with "The Soul of My Footprint" organization in their efforts to provide aid to the families of Uganda. We are still collecting medicine bottles and clothing items to support the clinic and the village. Contact us to learn how you too can help.