Story by Latrice Scott
On March 6th, SISTUHS Incorporated hosted Family Feud: The organization edition at the University of South Florida. The Objectives of SISTUHS, Incorporated are: Promote spiritual growth, Promote personal growth and develop knowledge of thyself, Promote a positive image of African-American women and anything that positively enhances the survival and well being of African-American women, Seek guidance from Elder African-American women, Foster an environment amongst ourselves that is conducive to learning about the history, and the role African-American women have played and continue to play in developing this and other nations, Develop local leadership to respond to the community’s needs, particularly those of African-American women, Provide moral and educational guidance to other young African-American women in the community, Provide unity among People of Color, Provide opportunities to educate ourselves as well as the community on political issues that affect the well being of African-American women, and Provide encouragement and support to African-American men. The name SISTUHS is an acronym which makes up the words Strength, Initiative, Spirituality, Tenacity, Unity, Health and Substance.
The organization’s competing for the title were Delta Tau Lambda, Zeta Phi Beta, Black Female Development Circle, Alpha Kappa Psi, National Council of Negro Women, Eternal Legendary Kings, Jamaican Alliance Movement, and Iota Phi Theta. After three rounds of stiff competition,
Zeta Phi Beta sorority was crowned the winner. Everyone enjoyed the special performances by Black Student Union’s step team and Relentless Dance Troupe, Inc. More photos from Between Classes Magazine at http://www.flickr.com/photos/98644499@N06/sets/