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NCNW MOURNS THE LOSS OF
AMELIA BOYTON ROBINSON

Gwen Boyd and Ingrid Saunders JonesMs. Ingrid Saunders Jones, Chair and The National Council of Negro Women send condolences to the family of Amelia Boyton Robinson.  We are saddened by her death, but we will be forever grateful for her life and legacy in the Civil Rights Movement in this country.  She was a shining example of the difference one person can effect in the community and the world.  From her early days to the end of her life, Amelia Boyton Robinson never ceased from her struggle for racial equality and social justice.  We love her and are sending prayers up for her family. 

Ingrid Saunders Jones
National Chair

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AUGUST IS NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION MONTH

Immunization helps prevent dangerous and sometimes deadly diseases. To stay protected against serious illnesses like the flu, measles, shingles, and pneumonia, adults need to get their shots – just like kids do.

National Immunization Awareness Month is a great time to promote vaccines and remind family, friends, and coworkers to stay up to date on their shots.

How can National Immunization Awareness Month make a difference?

We can all use this month to raise awareness about vaccines and share strategies to increase immunization rates with our community.
Here are just a few ideas:

  • Talk to friends and family members about how vaccines aren’t just for kids. People of all ages can get shots to protect them from serious diseases.
  • Encourage people in your community to get the flu vaccine every year.
  • Invite a doctor or nurse to speak to parents about why it’s important for all kids to get vaccinated.

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JULY 10, 2015
Mary McLeod Bethune
140th Commemorative Birthday

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CELEBRATING
80 YEARS IN 80 DAYS

As you know, 2015 is the 80th Anniversary of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW).  We continue to be committed to the mission and vision of NCNW and to uphold the legacy...

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RACE AND VIOLENCE IN AMERICA

As a country grappling with issues like affordable healthcare, education reform, and economic stability, the mass shooting in the Emanuel A. M. E. Church in Charleston, SC, is a shocking reminder that race and violence in America have become shamelessly reacquainted.
Read more . . .

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NCNW COLLEGIATE SECTION SPOTLIGHT

We are proud to announce Ms. Ariana Brazier as Miss Spelman College, 2015-2016. Ms. Brazier has been a faithful and active member of our NCNW Spelman Collegiate Section. She is also the president of that Section. We have no doubt that she will fulfill her obligations with untiring devotion and insurmountable determination. CONGRATS!

What's NCNW noteworthy on your campus? Send us your information — you could be our next Spotlight!

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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