Social Action

The Social Action Committee was established to keep Los Angeles Alumnae Chapter members informed and actively involved in addressing critical issues confronting our communities both socially and politically.

Traditional activities include voter registration, voter information and forums, and education regarding pending legislation. Annually, the Social Action Committee coordinates Chapter participation in the “Delta Days at the Capitol,” both in Sacramento and Washington D.C., and Delta Days at the United Nations, as Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is a designated Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). During election years, the Social Action Committee organizes and facilitates Chapter “meet the Candidates” forums, a venue to bring political candidates and community member together to discuss platforms and agendas that affect the community as a whole.



Regular meetings of the Los Angeles City Council are held at 10am each Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday in the John Ferraro Council Chambers, Room 430, 3rd floor. Committee meetings are also broadcasted live on Channel 35 City View or via the link below. Members of the public are welcome to attend and may speak on agenda items. For information about specific council agenda items, please call the city clerk at 213-978-1043.

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The mission of L.A. CityView 35 is to serve the people of Los Angeles by providing accurate and current information about policies, services and activities of City government; to highlight and provide programs which discuss significant issues facing the community and the people of Los Angeles; to provide information about candidates for City office and local ballot measures; and to stimulate and encourage all people representing the diverse ethnic and cultural communities of Los Angeles to involve themselves in local government and public issues. It is the intent of the City to maintain L.A. CityView 35 as a non-public forum, and nothing in these municipal access policies should be construed otherwise.