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Women Flying High Celebrates Women's Equality Day - Rev. Joseph Lowery Delivers Powerful Tribute to Women


Click above to hear a message from Illai Kenney and Dr. Joseph E. Lowery, about Women's Equality Day.

Click below to hear a message from Dr. Maupin, president of Morehouse School of Medicine.

  • In celebration of Womenís Equality Day, some of the nationís most prestigious women will be recognized during a Women's Health Care Reform Conversation†and Special Reception at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center on†Auburn Avenue in Atlanta on Wednesday, August 26, 3:00-5:00 p.m. For more information call 404 584-9605.

  • Women's Equality Day 2008

  • Georgia Coalition Of Black Women Joined Augusta National Protest

  • The Georgia Coalition of Black Women, Inc. 25th Annual Sisterhood Celebration and presentation of the Georgia Prestigious Brotherhood Award to Governor Roy E. Barnes on Friday, June 7, 2002. This memorable event was  held at Herndon Plaza, 100 Auburn Avenue. Click here for event photos.

    The Georgia Coalition of Black Women, Inc. will host The Ballot Power of Women's Lecture Series and Citizenship Educational Forum featuring candidates for statewide and congressional offices, Saturday, August 3, 2002, in Macon, Georgia. Location to be announced.

  • On February l9th in celebration of Black History, GCBW sponsored a Salute to its president, Judge Edith Ingram, the nation's first African American Probate Judge. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery was the Keynote speaker.

  • On March 10th GCBW unveiled a Bronze Bust of SoJourner Truth in the Georgia State Capitol in celebration of Women's History Month. The Bust is on loan from the National Women's History Museum in Washington, D. C.

  • In celebration of Women's History Month the Atlanta Daily World Newspaper featured a series of artices on Women and Women's organizations including the Georgia Coalition of Black Women.

For additional information on activities for the the Georgia Coalition of Black Women, Inc. call (404) 584-9605.

 


 

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