An important aspect of the NCNW mission is to empower women of African descent, their families and communities. One of the ways that we do this is by presenting information that is designed to help women and their families achieve their economic and financial aspirations.
Black women have been in the vanguard of defending democracy over the past several years. We voted, registered voters, organized Souls to the Polls, wrote checks, sent texts and tweets, trained poll workers, knocked on doors, gave interviews and urged the nomination of a woman of color to be Vice President – all in order to repel a specific threat to the basic tenets upon which our government is built. We succeeded – the Constitution held, the insurrection was repelled, the Union survives. But Black women want, need and deserve more than mere survival...
Good Health WINS begins with education. Our advocates understand the importance of immunizations and are working to create an infrastructure for good health. This is achieved by reducing health disparities, increasing vaccination opportunities, vaccination education and identifying the drivers of vaccine hesitancy. For more information, please go to our Good Health WINs website.
NCNW has established partnerships with a variety of organizations committed to promoting interest in STEAM, access to STEAM education, awareness of careers in technology and equal opportunity in education, employment, and business formation.