The National Coalition of 100 Black Women (NCBW) Anne Arundel County Chapter's Economic Empowerment Summit
Description: The goal of the empowerment summit is to provide a forum to inform attendees on the current economic status of Black women and provide information, tools, and ways to improve their financial status, economic conditions, and health.
Location: The Universities at Shady Grove - Rockville, Maryland
Description: The annual Women of Color Network Conference will feature local and national speakers on the intersection of media, sexual violence, and communities of color. Through a variety of presentations, the Women of Color Conference will address the harmful and sometimes dangerous effects of popular media on our culture and ways in which social media can be harnessed as a vital tool of empowerment in combating rape culture and racial inequalities.
Registration Fee (includes registration, training materials, and lunch):
General Public: $30
MCASA Members: $20
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