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Alpha Pi Omega

Alpha Pi Omega Sorority Inc. was established on September 1, 1994 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Alpha Pi Omega is the first historically American Indian sorority and was founded by four college women, known by the sorority as the Four Winds: Jamie Goins (Lumbee), Shannon Brayboy (Lumbee), Christina Strickland (Lumbee), and Amy Locklear (Lumbee/Coharie). On November 13, 1995, Alpha Pi Omega received its incorporation status from the Secretary of State of North Carolina.

 

Alpha Pi Omega's Purpose

We the sisters of Alpha Pi Omega, in order to bring to bear the vision of our founders, dedicate ourselves to four fundamental principles: respecting Native American traditions, supporting self-renewal through continuous education, honoring the Creator, and addressing critical issues facing our Native communities and society at large.

 

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Facts

Nickname: Alpha Pi Omega

 

Nationally Founded: September 1, 1994 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Locally Founded: Expansion begins Fall 2018

 

Motto: My Sister as Myself

Colors: Fire Red, New Grass Green and Maize Yellow

Philanthropy: National Indian Education Association

 

National Website: www.alphapiomega.org

 

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