A report on Fortitude (King)

The sculpture in its context, in 2010

Public artwork by the American artist James King, located in Fortitude Plaza at Howard University in Washington, D.C., United States.

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The African Violet is one of Delta Sigma Theta's recognized symbols.

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Historically African American sorority.

Historically African American sorority.

The African Violet is one of Delta Sigma Theta's recognized symbols.
19 founders in 1913
Delta Founders' first public act was the Women's Suffrage March.
Members at 1921 national convention, hosted by Gamma Chapter (l to r): front, Virginia Margaret Alexander, Julia Mae Polk, Sadie Tanner Mossell; row 2, Anna R. Johnson, Nellie Rathbone Bright, Pauline Alice Young
Members of Beta Chapter in 1922
Delta Jabberwock Contestants 1945
Delta Pyramid Club Beta Chapter 1922
Delta Sigma Theta's seven regions
Symbol of Delta Sigma Theta's Torch
A dreamcatcher, Delta Academy's symbol
Sen. Barbara Mikulski meets with Delta Members.
World AIDS Day ribbon
50th Anniversary 1963
President Obama meeting with Delta leaders

In 1979, the Fortitude sculpture was unveiled on the campus of Howard University.