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Blog for the Alpha, Gamma, and Delta Chapters of Sigma Delta Sigma, multicultural and community service sorority.

Sigma Delta Sigma Alpha Chapter would like to say thanks to the Ladies of Kappa Psi Epsilon of UCLA in celebration of Philipino History Awareness Month our sisters had the opportunity to learn more about the culture and struggles of the Philipino Community both in the United States and in the Philippines. Some of our sisters had the privilege of enjoying a fun night learning about traditional murals in Philipino town which marks several important figures and historical events. We were even able to make a mural together, and add a personal touch to it. 
However the event that we were most impacted by was Pinay Symposium. UCLA Tagalog Professor Nenita Pambid Domingo talked about the struggles of women and shared some of her own experiences. She stressed on the importance of our native languages, remembering the heroes of our culture and making our own future rather than following the boundaries set for you. We also had the honor of listening to Melissa Roxas, and although she could not be there in person, we learned more about the past and current struggles of Philipino communities.

Sigma Delta Sigma Alpha Chapter would like to say thanks to the Ladies of Kappa Psi Epsilon of UCLA in celebration of Philipino History Awareness Month our sisters had the opportunity to learn more about the culture and struggles of the Philipino Community both in the United States and in the Philippines. Some of our sisters had the privilege of enjoying a fun night learning about traditional murals in Philipino town which marks several important figures and historical events. We were even able to make a mural together, and add a personal touch to it. 

However the event that we were most impacted by was Pinay Symposium. UCLA Tagalog Professor Nenita Pambid Domingo talked about the struggles of women and shared some of her own experiences. She stressed on the importance of our native languages, remembering the heroes of our culture and making our own future rather than following the boundaries set for you. We also had the honor of listening to Melissa Roxas, and although she could not be there in person, we learned more about the past and current struggles of Philipino communities.
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