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COALITION OF BLACK WOMEN LEADERS PARTNER IN CAMPAIGN TO GALVANIZE OVER 150,000 BLACK WOMEN TO VOTE IN HISTORIC GEORGIA ELECTION

May 23, 2018

COALITION OF BLACK WOMEN LEADERS PARTNER IN CAMPAIGN TO GALVANIZE OVER 150,000 BLACK WOMEN TO VOTE IN HISTORIC GEORGIA ELECTION

NCBCP and BWR Launched a Black Women-Led Coalition Campaign in Georgia Focused on Leveraging the Power of Black Women’s Leadership and Vote In the 2018 Mid-Term Election Cycle and Beyond

May 22, 2018

COALITION OF BLACK WOMEN LEADERS PARTNER TO ORGANIZING CAMPAIGN TO GALVANIZE OVER 100,000 BLACK WOMEN TO VOTE IN GEORGIA AND ASSIST VOTERS AT THE POLLS TO PROTECT THEIR VOTE

The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) and Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) Launched a Black Women-Led Coalition Campaign Focused on Leveraging the Power of Black Women’s Leadership and Vote In the 2018 Mid-Term Election Cycle and Beyond

May 11, 2018

NATIONAL COALITION ON BLACK CIVIC PARTICIPATION AND BLACK WOMEN’S ROUNDTABLE LAUNCH NATIONAL UNITY ’18 BLACK VOTING & POWER BUILDING CAMPAIGN IN GEORGIA

Campaign Focused on Leveraging the Power of Black Women’s Leadership and Vote In the 2018 Mid-Term Election Cycle and Beyond

BLACK WOMEN AND CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS SHOW SUPPORT FOR JEMELE HILL DEMAND THAT ESPN REINSTATE JOURNALIST IMMEDIATELY Hill Defended for Her Passion and First Amendment Rights

Oct 12, 2017

BLACK WOMEN AND CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS SHOW SUPPORT FOR JEMELE HILL DEMAND THAT ESPN REINSTATE JOURNALIST IMMEDIATELY Hill Defended for Her Passion and First Amendment Rights

In a letter received by ESPN’s President John Skipper today, a number of African American women, civil rights and social justice leaders are voicing their support of Jemele Hill who has been suspended for two weeks by the sports network for her tweets about President Trump and Dallas Cowboy owner Jerry Jones.

Mar 29, 2017

NCBCP releases the Black Women's Roundtable 4th Annual Report

Black Women in the United States, 2017, is the Fourth Annual Report by the Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) meant to provide an in-depth analysis of the needs and condition of Black women throughout the nation.

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Check Out At&T Access a New Low Cost Internet Service for Qualifying Households

Jun 12, 2017

Check Out At&T Access a New Low Cost Internet Service for Qualifying Households

The digital world is full of possibilities. AT&T is making it easier to connect to friends, family, and the things that matter most. If at least one person in your household is a SNAP* participant, you may qualify.

“HEALTHCARE IS A HUMAN RIGHT” #NOTAPRIVILEGE CAMPAIGN

May 31, 2017

“HEALTHCARE IS A HUMAN RIGHT” #NOTAPRIVILEGE CAMPAIGN

Black Women Leaders Join Forces In A Call To Action to Protect Medicare, Medicaid, and Affordable Health Care

Mar 30, 2017

Opinion: Neil Gorsuch’s Frightening Record on Protecting Women’s Rights

NBC News

Black women in America have always had to cope with the double impact of being black and being a woman. Tradition, culture, custom, laws and even the courts are often stacked against them.

Mar 29, 2017

Black Women’s Roundtable Releases Annual Report

NBC News

The Black Women's Roundtable, a national civic group, released its fourth annual report today about African-American women in the U.S., providing a "prescriptive agenda" of key political, economic, and social issues that impact the nation's 23 million Black women, their families and communities. The 72-page document, entitled 'Black Women in the U.S., 2017: Moving Our Agenda Forward in a Post-Obama Era,' was released to coincide with the group's 6th annual "Women of Power" national summit, taking place this week in the nation's capital and Arlington, Virginia.

Jun 7, 2016

News Clips from the Black Women's Roundtable Summit 2016

News articles from around the country that discuss the 5th Annual Black Women's Roundtable held in March, 2016.

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