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Host Colethea Jenkins speaks with leading ladies of the National Congress of Black Women (NCBW) Mrs. Judy Matthews (Chair-CA/National Board) and Rogena Burrus (Vice-Chair-CA). The ladies will discuss who they are, what they represent, and the difference they are making across the nation.
"THE TRUTH IS IN THE CAPITOL"
WOMEN MAKING A DIFFERENCE
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.
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