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The Month of February is
BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history... more

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2016 National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Mark your calendars now! The 11th National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is on March 10, 2016. The annual observance recognizes the impact of HIV on women and girls. Read more ...

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JANICE MATHIS
Leaving Rainbow/PUSH

to join the
National Council of Negro Women as Executive Director

After an exhaustive nationwide search netting five finalists, Janice Mathis rises to the top. NCNW’s National Chair, Ingrid Saunders Jones says, “I have always been impressed with her leadership, and she is extraordinarily smart, but all smart people can’t lead; however, Janice does that and much more.”

Janice MathisMathis comes in at a very important time in the organization’s history, as NCNW has positioned itself to strategically launch a set of programmatic initiatives aimed at moving the organization forward called “Four for the Future,”  — focused on educating and training young women and girls for the workforce, especially, STEM; health concerns in our communities; promoting economic empowerment and entrepreneurship; and developing new partnerships to encourage young African American women and men to embrace the values of NCNW's founders.

Also, with Mathis’ vast experience in civil rights and economics, you can look for NCNW to ​play a notable and significant role in reshaping the national strategies to effect positive change and direction in the social action, justice, and civic participation arenas, especially now, with all of the issues that continue to negatively impact and plague our communities and women.
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Wi$eUp Financial Literacy
Webinar Series

"MONEY IN A CREDIT WORLD"

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NCNW Launches "A New Agenda For A New Age"

In celebration of its 80th anniversary, the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) revealed a "new agenda for a new age," vowing to take urgent action around education, health, economic empowerment and public policy in an effort to build a stronger Black America. Read more…

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CELEBRATING 80 YEARS
CALLING ALL SISTERS!

As we celebrate 80 years of service, we need your support today. Read more . . .

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HAPPY 103rd BIRTHDAY
DR. DOROTHY I. HEIGHT

You should have been there! A good time was had by all. Click here to see photo gallery.

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Tel. 202-737-0120 / Fax 202-737-0476
Save Our Babies Summit Black Men Revealed
"Living With Purpose" Women to Women: Planning Your Secure Future Night of One Hundred Stars Fact Sheet 136th Bethune Birthday Celebration Historic White House Signing Vote 2012 Video