Loretta Lynch had support from some of her sorority sisters as she fielded questions from a U.S. Senate committee in her bid to become the first black woman to serve as the nation's attorney general.
At least 10 members of her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta, attended the top Brooklyn prosecutor's confirmation hearing in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, according to a photo posted by Ohio Rep. Joyce Beatty, another alumna.
The "Deltas" in both Beatty's photo and another picture of the packed committee room posted by Rep. Alma Adams donned the African American Greek organization's signature colors of crimson and cream, as Time.com noted.
Lynch, who was nominated by President Barack Obama to succeed current Attorney General Eric Holder, was reportedly a founding member of Delta Sigma Theta's chapter at Harvard University. The international sorority now has more than 250,000 members worldwide.
Holder's wife was also a charter member, according to reports and the chapter website.