Fighting Isolation: How Four Native Women Created Change at UNC– Chapel Hill

Article uses a critical race analysis of oral histories and documents to examine how and why the first historically Native American fraternity and sorority (HNAFS), Alpha Pi Omega, was created, and the role that it played in experience of Indigenous students attending UNC – Chapel Hill in the mid-1990s.
Brian Peteres
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American Indian Quarterly, vol. 42, no. 3, Summer, 2018, pp. 344-374
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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