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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated - Alpha Delta Zeta Chapter

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated - Alpha Delta Zeta Chapter is the ‘oldest’ Zeta Chapter in the State of Mississippi. The Chapter was organized and chartered on October 14, 1938 at 723 Rose Street, in Jackson, Mississippi.


Alpha Delta Zeta Chapter, working in conjunction with the Sorority’s national programs, has contributed much of the cultural, educational, religious, civic and social development of the State of Mississippi through various activities in the Greater Jackson Metropolitan Area, including but not limited to – the first Debutante Presentation for young black ladies; a Stork’s Nest; own and operate a tutorial center at 4410 Hanging Moss Road; provided political support to elect the first female judge in Mississippi in 1989 (Patricia D. Wise, Zeta), the first elected Black female Circuit Judge in Jackson in 1998 (Tomie T. Green, Zeta), and the first elected Black female District Attorney in the State of Mississippi in 2001 (Eleanor Faye Peterson, Zeta).

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