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National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

The National Council of Negro Women founded by Mary McLeod Bethune in 1935, is an organization of organizations. To foster unity and cooperation between African-American women's groups, Bethune called upon their leaders to create a cohesive body that would express the concerns and beliefs of African-American women in regard to national and international affairs. The NCNW has since grown to represent more than 35 national and 250 community affiliations; more than 4,000,000 women are associated with the NCNW. Its mission is to advance opportunities and the quality of life for African American women, their families and communities.

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DOT: dot-GOV

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For more information on working with National Council of Negro Women:
Ed Malloy, dot-GOV CTO
Email: Tel: +1 202 712-1579

Internews Network
Sarah Tisch, Program Director
Email: Tel: +1 202 833-5740

National Council of Negro Women
633 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
United States

Phone: 202-737-0476
Fax: 202-737-0476

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