NCNW New York State Regional & United Nations Office
NCNW maintains a field office in New York City, strategically located across the street from the grounds of the United Nations. This office serves the needs of New York State sections, affiliates and members, and provides NCNW with official permanent representation at the United Nations. Through this presence, NCNW provides millions of African American women with a voice in the dialogue of the global NGO community on issues such as the Millennium Development Goals, and opportunities for representation at United Nations world conferences around the globe.
- Fannie Munlin, United Nations Representative
Fannie Lou Hamer DayCare Center
The Fannie Lou Hamer Daycare Center was established in 1969 by Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer of Ruleville, Mississippi. The Center was established to provide childcare for infants, toddlers and preschoolers of working mothers and full-time students, as well as provide resources for families seeking information and social services in North Sunflower County. This center has enabled low-income mothers to hold full-time jobs during a normal work day. Currently, the center is licensed to care for 29 children.
- Diane W. Coleman, Executive Director