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Just Imagine: National Council of Negro Women Bethune-Height Recognition Program
Just Imagine: National Council of Negro Women Bethune-Height Recognition Program
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National Council of Negro Women
National Council of Negro Women
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National Council of Negro Women
National Council of Negro Women
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National Council of Negro Women   11 22 14
National Council of Negro Women 11 22 14
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The National Council of Negro Women - MSU Section
The National Council of Negro Women - MSU Section
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The National Council of Negro Women, Temple University Section 2013 Tea Party Promotional Video
The National Council of Negro Women, Temple University Section 2013 Tea Party Promotional Video
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National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Savannah State Collegiate Section 2011-2012
National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Savannah State Collegiate Section 2011-2012
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National Council of Negro Women - Temple Section w/ Pretty Girls Sweat Present
National Council of Negro Women - Temple Section w/ Pretty Girls Sweat Present 'Werk It Out'
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National Council of Negro Women (Memphis) 2012 Best Dressed Fashion Show.mov
National Council of Negro Women (Memphis) 2012 Best Dressed Fashion Show.mov
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How to commemorate the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW)  75th Anniversary Celebration
How to commemorate the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW) 75th Anniversary Celebration
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Mary McLeod Bethune Founds the National Council of Negro Women
Mary McLeod Bethune Founds the National Council of Negro Women
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National Council of Negro Women Inc. St. Louis
National Council of Negro Women Inc. St. Louis
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Interview Highlights: Dorothy Height, National Council of Negro Women
Interview Highlights: Dorothy Height, National Council of Negro Women
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National Council of Negro Women Female Leadership Pipeline (FLP) program
National Council of Negro Women Female Leadership Pipeline (FLP) program
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Ms. Ingrid Saunders Jones, National Council of Negro Women March on Washington @NCNWHQ
Ms. Ingrid Saunders Jones, National Council of Negro Women March on Washington @NCNWHQ
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National Council Of Negro Women Awards Luncehon  St. Louis, Missouri
National Council Of Negro Women Awards Luncehon St. Louis, Missouri
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National Council of Negro Women, Temple University Section
National Council of Negro Women, Temple University Section
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National Council of Negro Women, Greater Pocono Section - Self Defense Class with Master Mike - 4/18
National Council of Negro Women, Greater Pocono Section - Self Defense Class with Master Mike - 4/18
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Greater Pocono Section National Council of Negro Women, Inc - 1st General Meeting 9 13 14
Greater Pocono Section National Council of Negro Women, Inc - 1st General Meeting 9 13 14
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National Council of Negro Women Inc. 2008 (video)
National Council of Negro Women Inc. 2008 (video)
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"National Council of Negro Woman" Safe In His Arms&Prayer
"National Council of Negro Woman" Safe In His Arms&Prayer
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National Council of Negro Women Inc. 2009 (still pictures)
National Council of Negro Women Inc. 2009 (still pictures)
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Leo Alexander at National Council of Negro Women DC Mayoral Forum Aug 17, 2010
Leo Alexander at National Council of Negro Women DC Mayoral Forum Aug 17, 2010
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NCNW WEEK 2014 PROMO
NCNW WEEK 2014 PROMO
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the National Council of Negro Women speaker at the POTUS Forum with Young African Leaders
the National Council of Negro Women speaker at the POTUS Forum with Young African Leaders
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Andrew Humphrey Thanks The National Council Of Negro Women On Detroit TV
Andrew Humphrey Thanks The National Council Of Negro Women On Detroit TV
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National Council of Negro Women @ SGRL 2012-09-18
National Council of Negro Women @ SGRL 2012-09-18
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Dorothy Height Chair of the National Council of Negro Women at the unveiling of Macy
Dorothy Height Chair of the National Council of Negro Women at the unveiling of Macy
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Nation Council of Negro Women Present The Return of The Black Family Reunion Celebration 2013
Nation Council of Negro Women Present The Return of The Black Family Reunion Celebration 2013
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Chair of the National Council of Negro Women Dorothy Height and Representative John
Chair of the National Council of Negro Women Dorothy Height and Representative John
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NCNW Man of the Hour 2014: "Year of The Gentleman"
NCNW Man of the Hour 2014: "Year of The Gentleman"
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Fantasia #1 - NCNW 23rd Black Family Reunion / DC - 7 Sep 08
Fantasia #1 - NCNW 23rd Black Family Reunion / DC - 7 Sep 08
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Agape Couture Productions- "Fierce, Fabulous & Flawless" Promo-  NCNW NoVA Event
Agape Couture Productions- "Fierce, Fabulous & Flawless" Promo- NCNW NoVA Event
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Eighth Annual Forum on Women in Leadership Then and Now: Women in Civil Rights Leadership
Eighth Annual Forum on Women in Leadership Then and Now: Women in Civil Rights Leadership
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Baile
Baile's African Drum Works - NCNW 23rd Black Family Reunion
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NCNW Norfolk 2007
NCNW Norfolk 2007
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Miss Black Colorado USA 2015 @ the NCNW
Miss Black Colorado USA 2015 @ the NCNW
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Rashida Jolley #1 - NCNW Black Family Reunion - WDC - 7 Sep 08
Rashida Jolley #1 - NCNW Black Family Reunion - WDC - 7 Sep 08
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NCNW Political Artistry Convention 2008
NCNW Political Artistry Convention 2008
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NCNW National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day PSA
NCNW National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day PSA
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Fantasia #4 (Crowd) - NCNW Black Family Reunion - 7 Sep 2008
Fantasia #4 (Crowd) - NCNW Black Family Reunion - 7 Sep 2008
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Fantasia #2 (Crowd) - NCNW Black Family Reunion - 9 Sep 08
Fantasia #2 (Crowd) - NCNW Black Family Reunion - 9 Sep 08
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Dr. Frederick Haynes
Dr. Frederick Haynes
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NCNW-UCF Orientation: History Video
NCNW-UCF Orientation: History Video
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Rankin/Mon Valley/Pittsburgh, PA NCNW Legacy luncheon
Rankin/Mon Valley/Pittsburgh, PA NCNW Legacy luncheon
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NCNW/ICL 2011 Women
NCNW/ICL 2011 Women's Health Summit Panelists Interviews
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Culture Shock / DC - NCNW Black Family Reunion / DC - 9/7/08
Culture Shock / DC - NCNW Black Family Reunion / DC - 9/7/08
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Rashida Jolley #4 - NCNW Black Family Reunion / WDC - 9/7/08
Rashida Jolley #4 - NCNW Black Family Reunion / WDC - 9/7/08
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Greater Baltimore Section - NCNW Supports FF4H Women
Greater Baltimore Section - NCNW Supports FF4H Women's School Project
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The Dorothy I. Height Building, headquarters of the National Council of Negro Women, located at 633 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.
National Council of Negro Women
Founded 1935
Founder Mary McLeod Bethune
Location

The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) is a non-profit organization with the mission to advance the opportunities and the quality of life for African-American women, their families and communities. NCNW fulfills this mission through research, advocacy, national and community based services and programs in the United States and Africa. With its 28 national affiliate organizations and its more than 200 community based sections, NCNW has an outreach to nearly four million women, all contributing to the peaceful solutions to the problems of human welfare and rights. The national headquarters, which acts as a central source for program planning, is based in Washington, D.C., on Pennsylvania Avenue, located between the White House and the U.S. Capitol. NCNW also has two field offices.

History[edit]

The NCNW was founded in 1935 by Mary McLeod Bethune,[1] child of slave parents, distinguished educator, and government consultant. Mary McLeod Bethune saw the need for harnessing the power and extending the leadership of African-American women through a national organization.

National and international programs[edit]

Some of NCNW's recent programs include:

  • The high-profile annual Black Family Reunion Program Celebration
  • Public education and advocacy for African Americans regarding Supreme Court and lower court nominees
  • Early childhood literacy programs designed to close the achievement gap
  • A new initiative and publication entitled African American Women As We Age, which educates women on health and finances
  • A national obesity abatement initiative
  • A partnership with NASA to develop Community Learning Centers targeting traditionally underserved students
  • Technical assistance to eight Youth Opportunity Centers in Washington, DC

Some of NCNW's recent international activities include:

  • Maintaining consultative status at the United Nations to represent the voice of African American women
  • Partnering with national women's organizations in Benin to deliver technology, literacy, microcredit and economic empowerment programs
  • Linking youth in Uganda, north Africa and the U.S. in a three-nation educational exchange.

Developing a small business incubator in Senegal

  • Partnering in the implementation of a large microcredit program in Eritrea extending small business loans and training to more than 500 women.[2]

Serving as an umbrella organization for 39 national and local advocacy groups for women of African descent both in the U.S. and abroad, the National Council of Negro Women coordinates its activities with partners in 34 states. The Council also runs four research and policy centers in its efforts to develop best practices in addressing the health, educational, and economic needs of African-American women. Unfortunately, all of these centers take a lot of resources to run, and with administrative costs upwards of $4 million in 2007, there is comparatively little left over in the group’s approximately $6 million budget for programs.

National Black Family Reunion[edit]

NCNW organizes the National Black Family Reunion, a two-day cultural event celebrating the enduring strengths and traditional values of the African American fathers.

Uncommon Height awards[edit]

As of August 5, 2011:[3]

Ann M. Fudge
Cathy Hughes

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mary McLeod Bethune with a Line of Girls from the School". World Digital Library. Retrieved 8 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "National Council of Negro Women". Retrieved 2008-02-29. 
  3. ^ "Honorees", NCNW webpage. Retrieved 2011-08-05.
  4. ^ "Events", NCNW webpage. Retrieved 2011-08-05.
  5. ^ "Calendar", NCNW webpage. Retrieved 2011-08-05.

Further reading[edit]

  • Julie A. Gallagher. "The National Council of Negro Women, Human Rights, and the Cold War," in Laughlin, Kathleen A., and Jacqueline L. Castledine, eds., Breaking the Wave: Women, Their Organizations, and Feminism, 1945-1985 (Routledge, 2011) pp. 80–98

External links[edit]

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