NATIONAL CONGRESS OF BLACK WOMEN KANSAS CITY

MILLIONS OF WOMEN'S VOICES ARE NEVER HEARD!

Welcome to the Kansas City Chapter!

 

The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, civic organization dedicated to the educational, political, economic and cultural development of African American Women and their families. 

 

NCBW also serves as a nonpartisan voice and instrument on issues pertaining to the appointment of African American Women at all levels of government, and to increase African American women's participation in the educational, political, economic and social arenas.

 

Currently, NCBW provides leadership opportunities for women, and decision-making positions in government, nonprofit organizations and the private sector. The organization was founded in 1984. Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm served as the First National Chair. Dr. C. DeLores Tucker succeeded her, and Dr. E. Faye Williams is the current National Chair.

YOUR VOTE COUNTS!

Register to vote online by going to sos.mo.gov and clicking on Election and Voting.

The following forms of ID are acceptable:

  • Missouri Driver’s License

  • College/University ID or another government-issued ID

  • current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or another government document that lists your name and address

In order to register to vote, you must be:

  • 17 ½ years old to register (18 years old to vote)

  • a citizen of the United States

  • a resident of the state of Missouri