We ARE DEDICATED TO "Making Advocacy count!"...
Since October 1992
NCBW Central Mississippi (CMS) Chapter is comprised of progressive women of African American descent who represent Central MS area throughout the metropolitan districts whose commitment to gender equity and socioeconomic advancement drives meaningful change to benefit women of color.
NCBW CMS Chapter: The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Central Mississippi Chapter collaborates with leadership from corporate, civic, political, and governmental entities to build a base of consensus for the empowerment of women in their involvement with youth, families, and communities.
NCBW National: "The National Coalition of 100 Black Women advocates on behalf of women of color through national and local actions and strategic alliances that promote the NCBW agenda on leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment."
NCBW CMS Chapter: The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Central Mississippi Chapter strives to be a premier advocacy organization of diverse women, committed to unity of purpose in addressing issues of concern to the global community, more specifically, the African American community by building collaborative partnerships and inspiring shared solutions, and promoting gender equity and progressive change.
NCBW National: We are an organization of progressive women of African descent whose voice and force for gender, equity, and sociopolitical advancement drives meaningful change to benefit women of color.
NCBW Central MS Purpose:
- To establish a cadre of Black women devoted to unity of purpose in furthering the advancement of African-American culture as a viable avenue of preserving the Black heritage.
- To act as positive change agents advocating for gender equity in the social, religious, educational, economic and public good and safety of the Central Mississippi community.
- To develop, implement and maintain programs dedicated to the progressive development of Mississippi’s youth, families, and communities.
For more information visit the National Website at: www.ncbw.org