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We Are…

The founding chapter of the Coalition of One Hundred Black Women, Inc. initiated in 1970, from which a national network grew.

A not-for-profit organization committed to marshalling our resources in order to educate, engage and empower women, young adults and children through our programs, activities and meetings.

Collaborators with heads of corporations, not-for-profit organizations and elected and appointed officials of all political affiliations on a broad range of issues of importance to Black women and their families.

Leaders who provide young women with positive images to emulate and mentorship through our signature Role Model Program.

Advocates for Black women and catalysts for projects and programs developed in collaboration with sister organizations and others sharing mutual goals.

Bright and energetic, committed and capable, resourceful and respected women of diverse backgrounds and accomplishments.  We are corporate executives, entrepreneurs, elected officials, political activists, educators, healthcare providers, international change-agents, role models, tutors and mentors…women to be respected and admired.

Simply stated, we are phenomenal Black women working to Take Up Our Space!

We are advocates for Black women and catalysts for projects and programs developed in collaboration with sister organizations and others sharing mutual goals.

| OUR MISSION

The New York Coalition of One Hundred Black Women, Inc. was organized to act as an advocate for Black Women, and to provide a forum to explore issues of concern and a vehicle to act upon them.  In doing so, the Coalition:

Serves as an organized voice on local, national and international issues;

Acts as a leadership forum to promote the personal and professional development of Black Women and their families;

Serves as an educational and informational resource through its programs and activities, and

Works in cooperation with other persons and organizations to achieve mutual goals.

 

© 2020 by The New York Coalition Of One Hundred Black Women

 

 

photos: Christina Morillo