activism

Sister Connects with LGBTQ+ As a Barber

Sister Connects with LGBTQ+ As a Barber

Sister in BK Empowers the LGBTQIA Community Through Her Craft as a Barber Recently one of our Sorority Sisters was featured by Great Big Story for her work(wo)manship as a Brooklyn barber. Desireé Marshall, initiated at our Kappa Chapter at Hofstra University, works at The Gamesman barbershop. In...

Meet Our ROHW 2016 Beneficiary: Meet AF3IRM

Meet Our ROHW 2016 Beneficiary: Meet AF3IRM

Power in Sisterhood - AF3IRM and the Ray of Hope Walk! What does the phrase “a woman’s place is at the head of the struggle” mean? Check out this must-see interview with Ivy Quicho, National Organizing Director for the Ray of Hope Walk's Beneficiary: AF3IRM. Our 2016 Ray...

Launch of the 2016 ROHW is HERE!

Launch of the 2016 ROHW is HERE!

2016 ROHW Weekend of Activism Launch is Here! Watch the promotional video for the 2016 Ray of Hope Walk to End Violence Against Women (ROHW). This year, our Weekend of Activism will take place in THREE CITIES! Join the movement in New York City, Chicago, and Berkeley! For more information...

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...

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...

Sister works with Immigrants in Durham

Sister works with Immigrants in Durham

:: Community Organizer and Sister, Elisa Benitez, discusses Immigration in Durham :: Ms. Elisa Benitez, member of our Collective at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, works as a community organizer in Durham, NC with Alerta Migratoria NC. She sat down and spoke to Indy Week about the recent U.S...

ROHW Weekend of ACTivism

ROHW Weekend of ACTivism

Weekend of ACTivism - Ray of Hope Walk 2014 The Ray of Hope Walk focuses on challenging women and men alike to be a part of the movement to end this global epidemic– in an effort to create a safe and equitable society for all. This is where our weekend of...

Who Needs Feminism?

Who Needs Feminism?

The Beta Lambda Chapter at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill explores "Who Needs Feminism?" Originally posted By Omega Phi Beta on September 1, 2012 Our Beta Lambda Chapter at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill's explores "Who Needs Feminism?" through photo and social media campaign. Students, faculty...