NCBW delivers support services that help youth achieve their educational goals. By supporting positive experiences, fostering a positive self-perception and self-respect, encouraging excellence in education and promoting the pursuit of positive lifelong goals, NCBW is creating future leaders.
FEB 18 - Shero Nomination Packet Due
High School Scholarship Application
FEB 20 -"WE CARE"
Town Hall Meeting
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NCBW’s economic programs focus on financial literacy, family wealth building, and entrepreneurship. NCBW’s empowerment programs include comprehensive workshops and seminars that promote economic self-sufficiency. Sister-Nomic$ is the new NCBW philosophical mindset our path to economic empowerment.
Welcome to the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW)
Anne Arundel County Chapter's Website
We thank you for your interest in our organization!
Health is a vital component of a thriving community. NCBW is concerned about the well-being of the whole community and the whole person: physically, emotionally and spiritually. Our primary focuses will be advocacy in the areas of Family & Childhood Obesity, Cancer/Health Disparities, Metabolic Disease and COVID -19 Vaccinations.
January 8, 2021
Annapolis, Maryland — January 8, 2021
In their first meeting of 2021, the Anne Arundel County Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.,
adopted its signature advocacy project titled, “We Care”.
Project “We Care” promotes community awareness on COVID-19 vaccines, with the goal of reducing vaccine hesitancy
within in the Black community. This is largely fueled by the documented history of racial bias and mistrust in the
healthcare community stemming from the infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study, Henrietta Lacks (HELA), and numerous
research hospitals including Johns Hopkins Hospital.
“We Care” is a multi-strategy campaign using culturally based messaging to provide insights needed to make informed decisions on being vaccinated for COVID-19. Persons with reservations regarding the vaccines will have the opportunity to obtain specific
questions that can be asked of medical providers, along with information that can be utilized to dispel myths or rumors about the
The Chapter’s Charter President, Honorable Christine Davenport, retired science teacher and active civic leader, viewed the
project “We Care” vaccine campaign materials and advised, “I had no intention of taking the vaccines and said so to three other
church members. After reading the materials and doing a little more research on my own, I have changed my mind. I called my
three church members back to let l them know what I had learned and that I will take the vaccines”.
Accessing NCBW COVID-19 Vaccine Education Presentation
The public education program is available at http://www.ncbw-aamd.org/home.html
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Anne Arundel County Chapter
APR 17 - Annual Awards and Recognition Program
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NATIONAL COALITION OF 100 BLACK WOMEN, INC.
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY CHAPTER
Andrée Mountain, PhD - President