Advocating for Black Women and Girls in Delaware
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. - Delaware Chapter is an organization destined to make a difference. Founded in 1995, we have been dedicated to advocating for black women and girls. Our journey has been and continues to make a difference in Delaware.
Chartered in 1995 as a statewide affiliate, NC100BW-DE is committed to being a united voice for 111,785 Black women in Delaware representing 11.7% of the total state population of 961,939 citizens. Approximately 15% of 136,027 public school students are Black girls.
The Delaware Chapter draws upon the strength of our diverse professional membership to work toward solutions impacting the lived conditions of Black women and girls.
As a progressive group of Black women, the Delaware Chapter has adopted a laser focus on:
Growing & Retaining Membership while cultivating a new pipeline of leaders
Chapter Development with an emphasis on enhanced systems, updated policy, and National compliance
Purposeful Advocacy supported by local research to galvanize statewide stakeholders to tackle disparities impacting Black Women and Girls
21st Century Communications Strategies and
Measurably enhanced public visibility