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Sister Featured in Fitness Magazine

Sister Featured in Fitness Magazine

Brains and Brawn: Sister Featured in Fitness Magazine In recent years several sisters in OPBSI have turned their attention to health and fitness and seen personal and professional success! From competing in body building and physique championship (NPC) events, conducting fitness classes such as Vixen Workout, sharing their stories through...

Sister Supports Orlando Pulse Community Through Her Art

Sister Supports Orlando Pulse Community Through Her Art

OPBSI Sister Uses Love & Creativity to Raise Money for Orlando! Sister Theresa Flores has many loves and talents, among them is her amazing illustration abilities! After the tragic events at Pulse nightclub in Orlando this past June, Ms. Flores took pen to paper to express herself and show support...

Launching ROHW with Benefit in NYC

Launching ROHW with Benefit in NYC

ROHW in New York City will Launch its 5th Year with a Benefit in Brooklyn Join the NYC Ray of Hope Walk Committee as we launch this year’s walk with a Benefit Night! This will be the 5th annual ROHW in New York City! Come out and enjoy live...

NY Afro-Latino Festival Names Sister as Honoree

NY Afro-Latino Festival Names Sister as Honoree

Afro-Latino Festival of New York names Sister as one this year's Honorees! Our Sister Ariana Curtis, from Omicron Chapter, has been named as an honoree at this year's Afro-Latino Festival in New York City. Dr. Curtis, a former Fulbright Scholar, is a cultural anthropologist with an...

Sisters Protest on Behalf of Immigration Reform

Sisters Protest on Behalf of Immigration Reform

Sisters Protest SCOTUS Ruling on Immigration Reform Sisters Michelina and Anayeli, who also serve on OPBSI's National Council of Officers, joined protesters in New York City at City Hall to voice their concerns over the Supreme Court ruling on immigration. Both sisters are activists with strong ties to their...

Soror featured in BuzzFeed’s Body Positivity Week

Soror featured in BuzzFeed’s Body Positivity Week

:: Our Sister Discusses Living with Disease in BuzzFeed's Body Positivity Week Feature :: We couldn't be prouder of our sorority sister, Jenice Diaz, who talked to BuzzFeed this week about what it's like to live with Crohn's disease as part of their Body Positivity series. Although her...

OPBSI Rises Up to End Sexual Violence

OPBSI Rises Up to End Sexual Violence

: OPBSI Launches “Sis, I Got You! Rising Up to End Sexual Violence” : OPBSI Launches a powerful and inclusive national campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April with a series of events called "Take Action Tuesday". Chapters and Collectives are encouraged to continue to host their own SAAM events as...

Soror Eve Torres Cast as Maxima on Supergirl

Soror Eve Torres Cast as Maxima on Supergirl

: Eve Torres to play "Maxima" on upcoming episode of Supergirl : Comic fans rejoice! Soror and former WWE Diva, Eve Torres Gracie, member of the chartering class at Phi Chapter, will guest star on the April 11th episode of Supergirl as the comic book character, Maxima! According to ComicBook.com, Maxima...

Sister Celebrating 20 Years of “La Bruja”

Sister Celebrating 20 Years of “La Bruja”

: Join Caridad de La Luz as she celebrates 20 years as "La Bruja" : Soror Caridad de La Luz, a member of the chartering class at Delta Chapter, is a talented actress, singer, spoken-word artist, poet, activist, and powerful, radian woman. She began her career at the Nuyorican Poet's...

Women’s HERstory Month 2016

Women’s HERstory Month 2016

: Women's HERstory Month 2016: Remembering our Roots & Rising Up as Sisters! : “When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.” -Audre Lorde Happy Women’s HERstory Month Sisters! We are...