Mental Health Awareness Symposium Series
Members of the Jacksonville National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW), hosted a community educational event at Teen Leaders of America location in the city’s urban core. The event began with a brief history of NCNW and their mission which is to lead, empower and advocate for women of African descent, their families and communities.
Misinformation is rampant! Join us for a candid conversation with doctors from four of Jacksonville’s non-profit hospitals. Let’s get to the heart of the matter!
What can we do to help our family? What can we do the help our community?
Registration is required via Eventbrite: Covid19 Truth
Jacksonville Section of NCNW, Inc. Executive Director K. Scott and Life Member Ms. Ingrid actively registering voters to vote. Our Votes Matter.
Dr. Cole spoke at the Kingsley Plantation to an engaged audience on knowing your history in order to move forward and not repeat the past. The moment was empowering and provoking for the Jacksonville Section NCNW Inc. members as they soaked in a deep level of wisdom along with profound knowledge that was delivered by their vary own National Chair of NCNW, Inc. Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole.
The Jacksonville Section of NCNW, Inc. traveled to Birmingham, AL and Historic Selma, AL to commemorate the 55th Anniversary of the march known as “Bloody Sunday” that was held March 1, 1965.