Spring Book Club

The Kansas City (KS) Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and AARP Kansas are teaming up to present our Money Smart and Savvy Workshop for Older Adults.  It's completely free! 


Join us to learn:

  • Strategies to prepare for retirement
  • Tips to prevent financial exploitation
  • Tools for making sound financial decisions
  • Techniques for savvy money management

​​​Sorors if you are available, please stay on the call after Chapter Meeting this Saturday, March 6 to wish our Soror Willie Etta Jennings a Happy 102rd Birthday!!


If you would like to share a birthday wish by mail, please send cards to:
P.O. 4055, Kansas City, Kansas, 6610

​​The Arts & Letters Committee would like to extend their sincerest gratitude for everyone who attended and performed at the Open Mic last Friday October 16th at 6PM CST. It was a night of great art and conversation. If you missed the show, a recording of it will be added to the chapter's YouTube channel soon. The committee looks forward to hosting more open mic nights in the future!" 


Fall Book Club

​​Money Smart and Savvy!

Sisterhood Month Book Club!

Join the Arts & Letters Committee for Sisterhood Month Book Club on Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 3:00PM via Zoom. We will be discussing Soror Nikki Giovanni's most recent book, Make Me Rain: Poems & Prose.   
The theme is "Rainbow Tea," so wear your favorite colors and brew a cup of tea! Even if you haven't read the book, stop by for a great discussion.  Hope to see you there!


Purchase your copy HERE


Visiting Sorors should contact arts@dstkcks.orgfor more information on how to register.


Join us in honoring the Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools alumni whose skills, stories, hard work, and dedication have earned their place as a Reasons to Believe Honoree. This year, our Reasons to Believe Celebration will be held virtually on November 12, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Mark your calendars now and join us on November 12 on Zoom!!

Spring Book Club

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

Kansas City (KS) Alumnae Chapter

Open Mic Night

Join us for a virtual presentation where a special guest will share her experience and resources received from Thrive Health Connection.  To learn more about Thrive Health Connection and to make a donation, visit https://thrivehealthkc.org

A Very Special Happy Birthday!

World AIDS Day

HonoringOur Own!

The Arts & Letters and Social Action committee are hosting the Fall Book Club this Saturday, November 14, 2020, 3:00 pm. The book we will discuss is Just Medicine: A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Health Care. 


Even if you haven't read the book, please come and participate in our thoughtful discussion about health disparities in black communities. We'll also talk about ways you can get involved to remedy these disparities in KCK. 


Visiting Sorors should contact arts@dstkcks.orgfor more information on how to register.