Currently, Alpha Theta Gamma Multicultural Sorority has over 40 sisters representing cultures from all over the world. Our sisters are Guyanese, Filipino, African-American, Nicaraguan, Italian, Polish, Indian, Native American, Native African, Puerto Rican, Haitian, Colombian, Bolivian, German, Dominican, Korean, Caribbean, Venezuelan, Chinese, Salvadoran and Lebanese, among many others. Many also identify as Jewish, Catholic and Christian.
Alpha Theta Gamma has worked diligently towards promoting racial understanding among the student body by hosting events tackling racial divide. Every year, we hold “Race Through My Eyes,” a dialogue series that discusses different racial problems that may occur on campus or beyond, between different sexes, Greek organizations, age groups, socioeconomic classes, etc. For the past two years, we have also held interracial speed dating events, and will continue to do so. During the Fall 2009 semester, alongside Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., we held a diversity dinner, where racial stereotypes were discussed through example, and attendees could partake in various cultural foods. To increase our own understanding of races, our sisters have attended synagogues, cultural showcases, and have mixed with other organizations to participate in their culture.