National Congress of Black Women - Oakland County, MI Chapter

National Congress of Black Women - Oakland County, MI Chapter "Women making a difference."
The National Congress of Women - Oakland County Chapter is a local arm of a national nonpartisan organization dedicated to the educational, political, economic, and cultural development of African-American women and families. Our membership consists of residents from all municipalities in and around Oakland County, Michigan.
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The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the educational, political, economic and cultural development of African American Women and their families. NCBW also serves as a nonpartisan voice and instrument on issues pertaining to the appointment of African American Women at all levels of government, and to increase African American women's participation in the educational, political, economic and social arenas. Currently, NCBW provides opportunities for women for leadership and decision-making positions in government, nonprofit organizations and the private sector. The organization was founded in 1984. Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm served as the First National Chair. Dr. C. DeLores Tucker succeeded her, and Dr. E. Faye Williams is the current National Chair.

Mission: To train and educate youth on the responsibilities of good citizenship, and encourage them to register, to vote, and to learn and understand the functions of government. To provide opportunities for internships at the local, state and national levels. To encourage African American women to engage in political education, voter registration, forums and seminars. To educate and encourage African American women to seek elective and appointive offices at all levels of government. To engage in research and fact-finding on critical issues uniquely affecting the quality of life of African American women and youth. To develop and advocate public policy positions at every level of government. To participate in the formation and development of public policy that impacts on African American women, their families and communities.

Recent Candidate Forum for Southfield City Council Candidates...Democracy In Action!
10/13/2019

Recent Candidate Forum for Southfield City Council Candidates...Democracy In Action!

Don’t miss this informative event...
10/08/2019

Don’t miss this informative event...

Mark your calendars, you don't want to miss this important community event
10/03/2019

Mark your calendars, you don't want to miss this important community event

Come hear from the candidates🇱🇷Ask questions 🇺🇸
09/29/2019

Come hear from the candidates🇱🇷
Ask questions 🇺🇸

Details on the National Brunch
08/13/2019

Details on the National Brunch

2019 New Member Recognition Program.  Welcome and congratulations to our newest members!!
05/19/2019

2019 New Member Recognition Program. Welcome and congratulations to our newest members!!

Congratulations to our newest NCBW members.
05/18/2019

Congratulations to our newest NCBW members.

05/14/2019
05/07/2019
Happening tonight!
05/06/2019

Happening tonight!

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04/23/2019

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Meeting Notice - Please join NCBW for its April Meeting and New Members Reception on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 6:30 p.m....
04/22/2019
THIS FRIDAY - NCBW April 2019 Meeting

Meeting Notice - Please join NCBW for its April Meeting and New Members Reception on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

Please note our new meeting location
Southfield Parks and Recreation
26000 Evergreen Road
Meeting Room 112
Southfield, Michigan 48076

National Congress of Black Women salutes our 2019 Women's History honorees, young women making a difference in their com...
03/24/2019

National Congress of Black Women salutes our 2019 Women's History honorees, young women making a difference in their community.
Honorees:
Ebony Bagley
Kyra Harris-Bolden
Sara Habbo
Angela Powell
Tiffany Tilley

2019 Women of Distinction and Pioneer Award Recipients
03/23/2019

2019 Women of Distinction and Pioneer Award Recipients

Join NCBW on March 22, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.at Burgh Historical Park, 26080 Berg Road, Southfield, for our next general meet...
03/11/2019
Meeting Notice - Women's History Month Program

Join NCBW on March 22, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.at Burgh Historical Park, 26080 Berg Road, Southfield, for our next general meeting and Women's History Month program.

Click on the meeting notice for more information about NCBW's upcoming events.

Southfield Public Schools
02/21/2019

Southfield Public Schools

Limited openings in kindergarten for the counties of Oakland, Lapeer, Genesee, Macomb, Wayne, Washtenaw and Livingston residents, and limited openings for 1st through 9th-grade for Oakland County residents only.

Join us for a districtwide open house on March 4, 2019, from 6:30 - 8 p.m. at The Mint at Michigan First Conference Center (27000 Evergreen Road Lathrup Village, MI 48076).

#YourFutureBrighter

Join NCBW for a fun filled theatre event while supporting a great organization!
01/23/2019

Join NCBW for a fun filled theatre event while supporting a great organization!

12/10/2018
Southfield Sun
11/07/2018

Southfield Sun

According to unofficial election results, incumbents Leslie Love Smith and Darryl B. Joyce will remain in their seats on the Southfield Public School Board.

Women Help Democrats Take Back Key Offices In Michigan
11/07/2018
Women Help Democrats Take Back Key Offices In Michigan

Women Help Democrats Take Back Key Offices In Michigan

Michigan Democrats seized power in state government again after a long drought and flipped two prized congressional seats thanks to a slate of female candidates who drew strong support from women voters.

Make sure you're informed before heading to the polls!
11/02/2018
2018 General Election in Michigan: Your Need-To-Know Guide

Make sure you're informed before heading to the polls!

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Michiganders will make crucial decisions for the state, including electing the next governor and voting on three proposals, along with a slew of other issues.

Photos from National Congress of Black Women - Oakland County, MI Chapter's post
10/19/2018

Photos from National Congress of Black Women - Oakland County, MI Chapter's post

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22810 Kenwyck Dr
Southfield, MI
48034

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Since 1984, the National Congress of Black Women (NCBW) has worked nationally and internationally to educate, empower, and mobilize African-American women and children. The National Congress of Black Women's (NCBW’s) leaders enjoy unparalleled networking opportunities at local, national, and international levels, and access to power suites from Capitol Hill and the White House to corporate boardrooms. They are in constant demand for media interviews, commencement addresses, guest editorials, and seats on distinguished national boards. Chapter Officers: Chairperson.............Patricia Garrett 1st Vice Chair.............Diana Paegler 2nd Vice Chair............Honorable Kiesha Speech Treasurer.................Brenda Threatt Secretary.........Cindy Simmons-Bagley Corresponding Secretary........Shaniya Jarrett Executive Committee: Adrienne Zeigler Andria Robinson Barbara Holton-Dennis Charesa Johnson, Esq. Dorothy J. Dean, Esq. Honorable Denise Langford Morris Kindra Speech Tiffany McEvans Charter Members: Dr. Nancy Quarles, Lydia Allen-Brennan, Fay Alston, Dr. Karen Brantley, Denise Brooks, Brenda Chambers, Robin Cole, Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson, Mary Decuir, Carol Ellis, Kelly Garrett-Johnson, Dr. Sandra Harris, Patricia Haynie, Dr. Joanne Holbert-Quince, Patricia Holton-Garrett, Veronica Jackson, Tonya Jeter, Honorable Shelia Johnson, Cheryl Kerr, Edith Killins, Connie Logan, Willye Lowery-Whitby, Honorable Barbara Talley, Demetria Taylor, Jacqueline Whitfield, Jackie Thomas, Diana Peagler, Chiquita McKinzie, Honorable Sylvia Jordan, Dr. Jonice Wilson Butler, Dr. Doris Burks Taylor, Honorable Denise Langford-Morris In loving memory of The Honorable Janice Simmons

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Be sure your MDP dues are paid by January 2 if you want to vote at the State convention on February 2
Please vote for Sam Bagenstos and Megan Cavanagh for Michigan Supreme Court. Nov 6. They are in non partisan section. Also all democrats line by line and all proposals yes.
Show your support for NCBW Executive Board member Leslie Love Smith's Re-Election campaign to Southfield Public School Board of Education. Trustee Smith (Thomas) will also be celebrating her 34th Birthday!!! Come join the CELEBRATION!!! *Donations of ALL amounts are greatly appreciated. Learn more about Leslie's candidacy at https://voteleslielovesmith.webs.com *REMIND All Southfield & Lathrup Village Residents to Vote Leslie Love Smith for Southfield Public Schools School Board
https://www.cantondems.com/endorsements Go Gretchen Whitmer and Haley Stevens.
Bigot preacher "Dan Lauffer" is running for Michigan office AGAIN.