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The 1971 Mary Church Terrell Award presented to Sadie T. M. Alexander by DELTA SIGMA THETA, INC. A Public Service Sorority [[image - black & white photograph of Sadie Alexander holding her award]] Sadie Tanner Moselle Alexander, your association with Delta Sigma Theta spans a period of 53 years. You have served your Sorority officially as its first National President and as its Legal Advisor. You filled these roles with brilliance. Deltas everywhere are filled with pride and admiration for the years of wise, inspired and courageous leadership you have give to Delta. Further, Delta Sigma Theta recognizes with pride Your pioneering sprit that inspired women toward new horizons in law and higher education Your strength and courage in the fight for Women's Rights before the concept became widely accepted Your commitment to Civil Rights and your relentless struggle "to secure these rights" Your life as an illustrious example of all who love humanity. We honor you and hereto affix our seal on the occasion of the 31st National Convention of Delta the 11th Day of August, 1971, Houston, Texas. [[image - black & white photograph of Soro Flock singing]] [[caption]]Soror Roberta Flock performed at the 31st National Convention[[/caption]] [[image - black & white photograph of a committee members sitting around a table]] [[caption]]The Delta Executive Committee meets informally. (L-R) Mrs. Betty Williams, Treasurer; Miss Pat Milligan, 2nd Vice President; Mrs. Lillian Benbow; and D. Gloria Scott. Secretary. (Mrs. Thelma Daley, 1st Vice President, is not pictured.)[[/caption]] 190
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