The National African-American Women’s Movement to host first-ever National African-American Women’s Conversation on Saturday, October 7
Black women shaping their own destiny; Calling all African American women to Atlanta, Ga.
ATLANTA, GA. NNPA NewswirePR—The National African-American Women’s Movement LLC (NAAWM) will host a solutions-focused interactive conference called “The National African American Women’s Conversation” on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017 at the Atlanta Airport Marriott Hotel (4711 Best Road, Atlanta, Ga. 30337). It fills the gap in social advocacy, which traditionally excludes Black women.
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The National Conversation is designed for Black Women to unite in peace, equality, and sisterhood.
It is time to do more than merely celebrate the previous accomplishments but to assess these actions and identify the next measure in the Black Wo-men’s Liberation Movement. To make this an effective and efficient endeavor, practitioners, grass root activists and business professionals from the sectors of economics, business, finance and entrepreneurship; health, nutrition, mental wellness, and spirituality; family, community, social justice and more will be gathering at this interactive conference.
Also, Black women who are college and university student leaders and first time movement activists have ALL been called and MUST be in attendance.
In honoring the best of ourselves, the founding Black women of the NAAWM have formed a coalition of African American women to help empower one another and find solutions that will help urban communities thrive and grow stronger. Their mission is to empower African American women through education and positive imagery that will strengthen one’s self and family. Moreover, their vision is to improve the economic and social conditions within urban communities for all generations. Their method is through a series of innovative events; their aim is to facilitate a movement focused on solutions geared towards the many issues faced by the African American experience.