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COVID-19 UPDATE

A MESSAGE FROM THE COALITION OF 100 BLACK WOMEN.

The safety and well-being of our members and the people we serve during the COVID-19 Pandemic is our number one priority. As we continue our operations, we remain vigilant of potential symptoms, and strongly support the appropriate treatment and protected measures that must be taken during this extremely rare event. Please continue to check our news page and social media sites for updates, recommendations, and resources for staying healthy and safe, and for information about our advocacy activities. For additional information go to www.cdc.gov.

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2021 BIENNIAL HYBRID CONFERENCE – OCT. 6TH – OCT. 10TH

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NCBW 20th Biennial Hybrid Conference

Worship Service: NCBW Biennial Hybrid Conference

Worship Service: NCBW Biennial Hybrid Conference

NCBW will hold its Worship Service on Oct. 10, during its 20th Biennial Hybrid Conference event (Oct. 6 through Oct. 10, 2021).

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Concert Performance: NCBW Biennial Hybrid Conference

Concert Performance: NCBW Biennial Hybrid Conference

NCBW will host a concert with live performance by After 7 on Oct. 9, during its 20th Biennial Hybrid Conference event (Oct. 6 through Oct. 10, 2021).

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Public Policy: NCBW Biennial Hybrid Conference

Public Policy: NCBW Biennial Hybrid Conference

NCBW will hold its Public Policy: Plenary Session IV on Oct. 9, during its 20th Biennial Hybrid Conference event (Oct. 6 through Oct. 10, 2021).

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APPLY NOW FOR LEAD ACADEMY!

NCBW100 LEAD Academy Class III (August 2022 – October 2023) is now accepting online applications!

Visit the new LEAD Academy website to review and download the Program Guidelines and more.

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NCBW 2022 NATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS WEEK

MAY 1ST – MAY 7TH

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The National Coalition of 100 Black Women has partnered with the US Census Bureau to spread the important message that everyone must be counted in the 2020 Census.
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THE COALITION OF 100 BLACK WOMEN

ADVOCATE OF BLACK WOMEN AND GIRLS

We are a National 501c3 non-profit organization. Through advocacy we work as change agents to influence policy that promotes gender equity in health, education and economic empowerment. We believe through our efforts we will fulfill our vision of seeing black women and girls living in a world where socio-economic inequity does not exist.

HEALTH, EDUCATION, & ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVES

National initiatives are designed and implemented in response to critical national issues that affect the African American community.

NATIONAL FOOTPRINT OF 62 LOCAL CHAPTERS IN 27 STATES

NCBW consists of thousands of progressive women of African descent who are committed to gender equity and socioeconomic advancement.

3000+ MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONALS, ENTREPRENEURS, & LEADErs

In the communities across America, NCBW lays claim to an array of skilled professionals from the public and private sectors.

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NCBW Appoints Two Members to their Executive Leadership Team

NCBW Appoints Two Members to their Executive Leadership Team

NCBW Officers and Board of Directors Appoint Two Members to their Executive Leadership Team

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NCBW National Small Business Week: Leave a Business Review Day!

NCBW National Small Business Week: Leave a Business Review Day!

Looking for a way to support a black-owned business owner today? Try submitting an online review!

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Statement from NCBW: Roe vs. Wade

Statement from NCBW: Roe vs. Wade

NCBW applauds and supports the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as Supreme Court Justice.

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