In 1921, May Week was started by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. to observe the importance of higher education and professional achievement. Since that time, celebrations expanded to include events open to the community.

In 1921, May Week was started by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. to observe the importance of higher education and professional achievement. Since that time, celebrations expanded to include events open to the community.

The Bayou Lafourche Area Alumnae Chapter’s May Week celebration was last week and concluded on Friday night with the sorority hosting “Family Night at the Movies” at the River Road African American Museum. The RRAAM and the Sorority collaborated to show the film, “Night John."