Author Archives: ncnw

19 Nov
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The Life and Surprising Times of Dr. Dorothy Height

Many recognize the face of the 90-year-old, soft-spoken woman known for her hats who has been a part of the struggle for civil and human rights for women and people of color since the 1930s. With the film, The Life ...

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19 Nov
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This Is Why We Vote

People of my generation understand why we vote. African American women above the age of 50 vote at rates as high as any other Americans. We have myriad reasons and experiences that have taught us the value of the franchise. ...

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19 Oct
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ISJ: Invest in stronger women, families and communities

Don’t think of your gift as a donation rather think of it as an investment.  You are investing in an organization committed to creating better and stronger women, families and communities. -Ingrid Saunders Jones
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19 Oct
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We’ve come a long way

Though we’ve come a long way, we will never forget our perilous past because it prepared us for our prosperous present.  May we all serve as graciously and as mightily as the women who served in NCNW before us.

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19 Oct
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NCNW Internships

Have you figured out your purpose yet?  Not your next job, not your next promotion but your purpose?  Your purpose is the reason for being in any profession or calling.  Sometimes your purpose may be difficult to decipher.  Wisdom and ...

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19 Oct
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Dr. Dorothy Irene Height

Celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Dorothy Irene Height.

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