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Advocacy Priorities

The activities outlined in this section represent  past and present initiatives of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. Greater Cleveland Chapter:

Past Woman of Vision honorees Dr. Linda D. Bradley, Cleveland Clinic; Call & Post Editor/Associate Publisher Connie Harper; Urban League of Greater Cleveland President Marsha A. Mockabee; and Former Chief Executive Officer of Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio Daisy L. Alford-Smith Ph.D.

Woman of Vision Luncheon

Annually, NC100BWGC hosts its Women of Vision Luncheon to honor local women who demonstrate exceptional leadership in their chosen field and service to the Greater Cleveland community. Now in its… Read the Rest »

Vintage Tea - Sep 15, 2013 (photo by Eric Benson)

Scholarship Tea

This annual fundraiser is hosted by NC100BWGC to raise money for the chapter’s scholarships awarded annually to deserving college bound young women.

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Scholarships

In honor of two members of distinction the NC100BWGC has created two scholarship funds: The Margaret R. Barron Scholarship for the founding president and The Shirley Smith Seaton Scholarship in… Read the Rest »

A Coalescing Conversation Event

Coalescing Conversation

The Coalescing Conversation series is an initiative of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Greater Cleveland Chapter focusing on community partnerships to highlight people, organizations and issues affecting the… Read the Rest »

Get Home Safe

“Get Home Safe”

NC100BWGC and other local non-profits, civic organizations, schools, and churches partnered to share this video with the community to provide youths with tips for safely interacting with the police.

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Elder Abuse Workshop

NC100BWGC; Department of Senior and Adult Services; and Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services Inc. joined together to present a workshop for the city’s elderly residents and their caregivers to increase… Read the Rest »

Know Your Rights

Know Your Rights Workshop

NC100BWGC partnered with the American Civil Liberties Union and Case Western Reserve University to present a “Know Your Rights” workshop to educate the community on how to safely exercise your… Read the Rest »