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Members of the Latinx Leadership Alliance
mi pueblo

Mi Pueblo

Mi Pueblo seeks to sponsor awareness around Latinx issues, culture, and heritage at UNC and the surrounding community, as well as provide a supportive and welcoming environment for all students. We hope to promote tolerance, multiculturalism, community, and support of one another.

PorColombia

PorColombia is the largest network of college students and professionals with Colombian heritage in North America, promoting networking and leadership initiatives aimed to develop professional and entrepreneurial advancement.

por columbia
por columbia

ALPFA

Our mission is to empower and develop Latino men and women as leaders of character for the nation, in every sector of the global economy. We aim to provide students, of all nationalities, a greater connection to Latinx professionals by offering a large pool of networking opportunities and an extensive variety of recruiters looking for Tar Heels.

LMSA

The Latino Medical Student Association works to promote Latinx health at and around the UNC School of Medicine.

 LMSA
Lambda Pi Chi

Lambda Pi Chi

The first Latina focused sorority founded at an Ivy-league institution, Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. was established on April 16, 1988, at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, with the purpose of providing women an organization that would transcend their collegiate experience and consolidate their strength as responsible leaders of the community.

Lambda Upsilon Lambda

The Alpha Iota Chapter of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. is a socially conscious, service-driven, academically focused, and proactive organization.

 Lambda Upsilon Lambda
Omega Phi Beta

Omega Phi Beta

Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated is a multiethnically-based, Latina-oriented organization embracing the diversity of all women. OPBSI was founded on March 15, 1989 by seventeen diverse women. We are an organization focusing on women’s empowerment, academic achievement, professionalism, service, and diversity.

SUIE

Students United for Immigrant Equality (SUIE) – SUIE’s vision is to empower, inform, and activate the immigrant community, its allies, and the greater public about the issues that prevent immigrants in the United States from being able to enjoy the protection of basic human rights granted under the U.S. Constitution.

NAHJ

The National Association of Hispanic Journalists at UNC-Chapel Hill fosters a Latinx community that prioritizes professional development, diversity, and representation within journalism and media.

The Bridge

The Bridge is an online platform for women and non-binary individuals of color to share their personal narratives through different forms of creative expression (poetry, news, dance, art, song, and more). All who support our mission are invited to apply, as we understand the power of communities standing in solidarity with one another. Our mission is to build an online community for women of color, through cross-cultural and cross-campus collaborations, that celebrates their identities and allows them to reclaim agency over their narrative through creative expression.

The Bridge
More Latinx Student Groups

LGPSA

Latine Graduate and Professional Student Association is a student organization for graduate and professional students who identify as Latine or have cultural roots in Latin America. Our mission is to foster a sense of care, belonging, wellness, and community amongst all Latine graduate and professional students at UNC-Chapel Hill through recurring gatherings and relationship building.

Afro Latinx

Afro-Latinx is a premier organization that is designed to spread awareness about local and global Afro-Latinx communities while being of service to them.

 AFRO Latinx
BRASA

BRASA

The primary purpose of BRASA at UNC Chapel Hill is to establish long-lasting relationships between the Brazilian students at our university as well as with BRASA students of other universities in the United States.