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The Black Women’s Roundtable (BWR) is an intergenerational civic engagement network of the National Coalition.
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Our very own weighs in on important issues surrounding the 2020 election cycle.
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NationalActionNet Jun 18
NAN Alabama Chapter President Commissioner Shelia Tyson and DC Bureau Chief Ebonie Riley at the Unity 2020 Decennial Census Black Leadership Summit on Captiol Hill.
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
"We need to take advantage, young ppl specifically, and influence through engaging the new medias and their platforms"- on capturing Hard to Count communities
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Felicia Davis Jun 18
Live on & children Saturday radio show need to be where women are like beauty parlors & child care centers
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rolandsmartin Jun 18
. moderates the Reaching the Hard to Count in the Black Community discussion. **What is the black women's role in ensuring black children, men and black immigrants get counted? # YR
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
Chair of the National African American Clergy Network is moderating a discussion on Legislative, Policy and Legal Updates on 2020 Census/2021 Redistricting
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Dr. Williams-Skinner Jun 17
Our faith calls us to care for and speak out on behalf of those in poverty, especially the children. Census data is a critical tool for distributing government resources effectively and giving children and families the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty.
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
Family, come join us, learn and
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
Some of the 'Hard to Count" populations: Children, black men and black immigrants.
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
"Achieving a fair and accurate 2020 Decennial Census count is one of the most critical civil rights, economic and social justice issues facing African American and Black immigrant communities across the country" -
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NBCSL Jun 17
Join NBCSL President tomorrow morning live on FB for the Unity 2020 Decennial Census Black Leadership Summit, presented by | Tues 6/18 at 10am EST
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TheNationalCoalition Jun 18
Today, and co sponsors host the Unity 2020 Decennial Census Black Leadership National Organizing Summit! Tune in "Be Counted to Build Power for the Next Generation"
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LaTosha Brown Jun 11
This is what leadership looks like! Thanks to AL Black Women’s Roundtable convener ⁦⁩ for helping to get the bus services restored for metro B’ham areas. She secured the funding for 1year as the county develops a sustainable funding plan. ⁦⁩ 💕
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BWR Jun 5
“This moment...this time.. its not just a political situation, this is spiritual warfare”- Melanie L. Campbell CEO of on the importance of organization in 2019
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BWR Jun 5
The gender and racial pay gap mean that women working full time year around are typically paid 80 cents for every dollar paid to their male counterparts
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Lawyers' Committee ☎️866-OUR-VOTE Jun 5
Replying to @LawyersComm
Panelists include Carolyn Davis with United for Respect; Jennifer Brown with UnidosUS; Vasu Reddy with National Partnership for Women and Families; and Carol Joyner with Family Values at Work.
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Lawyers' Committee ☎️866-OUR-VOTE Jun 5
, Director of the Economic Justice Project at , opens the briefing: “The United States is the only industrialized nation that does not guarantee its workers some form of family leave.”
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Lawyers' Committee ☎️866-OUR-VOTE Jun 5
🚨We’re live at the Tri-Caucus briefing, “Paid Family Leave: A Crucial Step Forward for Communities of Color.” This is the first briefing in recent memory to focus exclusively on the importance of paid family and medical leave policies for communities of color.
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