The Louisiana Council on Human Relations

and the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations

This joint LCHR-BRCHR web site is under construction  combining the former separate web sites.  

There are no changes in the addresses. This site comes up with either of the former addresses:  brchr.org and lachr.com


 

 

The LLouisiana Council on Human Relations

and the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations

This joint LCHR-BRCHR web site is under construction  combining the former separate web sites.  

There are no changes in the addresses. This site comes up with either of the former addresses:  brchr.org and lachr.com


 

 

The Louisiana Council on Human Relations

and the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations

This joint LCHR-BRCHR web site is under construction  combining the former separate web sites.  

There are no changes in the addresses. This site comes up with either of the former addresses:  brchr.org and lachr.com


 

 

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.  (NCBW) --  The Greater Baton Rouge Chapter

Contact person:    Gloria Jordan Hall, President

Address:  7183 Hanks Drive,  Baton Rouge, LA 70812-3532

Tel:   (225) 356 3689;        Fax:   (225) 356 3689;        email:    glojoha@cox.net

No. of members:    Networking with numerous local organizations.

Profile the NCBW -- The Greater Baton Rouge Chapter

The Greater Baton Rouge Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women is a diverse group of women who share a collective commitment to empower women by serving as visionaries, advocates, educators, mentors and activists who develop and participate in programs that address the needs of the community.

The mission of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, an advocacy organization, is to empower African-American women through programs that meet diverse needs.    These programs enable NCBW to provide effective networks among Black female leaders; establish links between NCBW and corporate and political sectors; enable Black women to be a visible force in the socioeconomic and political arenas; expose our next generation, through role modeling and mentoring, to new career opportunities, especially in the corporate sector; and recognize the historic achievements of African-American women.

The programs of 100 Black Women focus in the areas of leadership development, gender equity, health, education, and economic development.


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