National Coalition of 100 Black Women Incorporated.
“An advocacy organization that seeks to empower African American women”
Letter From Our President
Greetings,On behalf of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Detroit Chapter, I welcome you to our website. Your interest in our organization is most appreciated. Our membership is comprised of women from various professions that are dedicated to advocacy on behalf of women of color. Read More...
Our National History
In the winter of 1970, in New York City, 24 Black women, lead by visionary Edna Beach, began meeting in their homes to assess the problems and opportunities left behind in the wake of the turbulent 1960s. As a result of their meetings, they supported the founder, Ms. Beach, in forming the Coalition of 100 Black Women, reaching out to other African American women in order to mobilize their emerging stature as a visible force of influence promoting gender and racial equity.Read More...
The Detroit Chapter
The Detroit Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black women, Inc. is dynamic and inclusive in its outreach. The Coalition provides a leadership forum for women of all political and socio-economic groups, acting upon specific issues of concern to Black women.