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The Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) is an intergenerational civic engagement network of the National Coalition.
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Barack Obama Feb 14
In the year since their friends were killed, the students of Parkland refused to settle for the way things are and marched, organized, and pushed for the way things should be - helping pass meaningful new gun violence laws in states across the country. I'm proud of all of them.
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TheNationalCoalition Feb 12
Nearly 1/3 of Black women in the workforce do not have access to paid sick days. would help to directly address this. We'll join & at 3:30 pm today for a press event reintroducing this key bill. Be sure to watch:
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EveryBody vs Trump Feb 11
The world's youngest female barber gives free haircuts to people in need 💇🏾‍♀️
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TheNationalCoalition Feb 8
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NAACP Feb 7
We remember who would have turned 32 today. We will never forget; we will keep fighting.
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BWR Feb 7
Did you know that Shirley Chisholm was the first African American woman elected to the United States Congress & also the first African American to run for president? Today we’ll like to acknowledge & celebrate this pioneer during ⁠ ⁠
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Nancy Pelosi Feb 5
.’s message of hope, opportunity & determination has been taken to heart by Americans in communities nationwide. Tonight, she brings that message to her response.
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Trust Black Women Feb 6
Stacey Abrams was the first Black woman to deliver the rebuttal. She spoke of unity backed by values - not just empty words. Keep talking and pushing back and moving forward. Black women have always led movements for change. Stacey is carrying on that powerful legacy.
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TheNationalCoalition Feb 5
. will be the first Black woman to deliver the response. Watch it here:
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Brenda Lawrence Feb 5
WATCH LIVE: Stacey Abrams delivers Democratic response to State of the Union | PBS NewsHour
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The Leadership Conference Feb 5
Trump says that "All Americans can be proud that we have more women in the workforce than ever before." But guess what? Women, and particularly women of color, still face an unacceptable wage gap. Congress needs to pass the Act this year.
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Kristen Clarke Feb 5
Replying to @KristenClarkeJD
The female prison population stands nearly eight times higher than it was in 1980. More than 60% of women in state prisons have a child under the age of 18. We can't give Trump too much credit for granting clemency to 1 woman.
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TheNationalCoalition Feb 1
"Governor must resign. Ninety percent of Black women voted for him in Virginia, including me. This is not about politics. This is about what's right versus what's wrong." Melanie Campbell,
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BWR Feb 1
Throughout the month of February, we’re celebrating & recognizing incredible black women who’ve paved the way for all women & girls alike.
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Cory Booker Feb 1
I’m running for president. Join me on this journey.
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Nancy Pelosi Jan 23
Mr. President, I hope by saying “near future” you mean you will support the House-passed package to that the Senate will vote on tomorrow. Please accept this proposal so we can re-open government, repay our federal workers and then negotiate our differences.
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TheNationalCoalition Jan 18
Going live now. Tune-in!
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TheNationalCoalition Jan 18
HAPPENING NOW! Don’t forget to tune in at the link below:
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TheNationalCoalition Jan 18
Don't miss & today at 3p during as they discuss the urgency of now and how to collectively strategize for the future. Watch live:
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Tamika D. Mallory Jan 17
Check out my interview on the . I’ve grown a lot and won’t allow Meghan McCain or anyone else to FORCE me to match ignorance with ignorance.
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