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Nov 15, 2014

Roger Goodell meets with black female leaders about domestic violence in NFL after backlash

New York Daily News

The NFL commissioner met with civic leaders from the Black Women’s Roundtable Public Policy Network on Friday at NFL headquarters on Park Ave. Goodell had been criticized for naming a panel of only white women to advise the football league about domestic violence issues. About 70% of players are African-American.

Sep 18, 2014

BWR on MSNBC: Playlist Criminal Justice RONAN FARROW DAILY 09/18/14 Seriously NFL? Another day, another arrest

MSNBC

The Black Women’s Roundtable is now calling out NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for failure to include more women of color as part of the league’s advisory group.

Feb 19, 2014

Partnering for Action in African American Communities - Blog by Valerie Jarrett

The White House Blog

Leaders from some of the country's foremost African American civil rights organizations joined President Obama and a handful of Administration leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House to discuss the President's priorities for this year of action.

Dec 16, 2013

2013 Year In Review

This year has been a time of reflection, regression, reaction and a call to action for The National Coalition and our Black Women's Roundtable and Black Youth Vote! Networks.

Aug 24, 2013

Women Want Civil Rights 'HerStory' Told

By Margaret Summers, Washington Informer - The National Coalition of Black Civic Participation held a dialogue and luncheon to discuss the past, present and future of women in the movement and pay tribute to women leaders, organizers and attendees of the 1963 March on Washington...

Press Releases

Dec 16, 2014

Black Women's Roundtable Statement on NFL's New Personal Conduct Policy

The Black Women's Roundtable is optimistic about the progress the NFL has made in their continued efforts to put tougher personal conduct policies in place and also create programs designed to change the culture of violence in the league and beyond. By including a diverse group of individuals and organizations with expertise in domestic violence and sexual assault, the NFL is headed in the right direction.

Dec 13, 2014

Sherman Justice Speech for March Against Police Brutality

Black Youth Vote fellow, Sherman Justice, made the following remarks at the recent "Justice for All" march calling for Congress to pass legislation on police brutality in the recent murders of Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Akai Gurley, Tamir Rice, and many others.

Dec 13, 2014

Melanie Campbell Remarks at Justice For All March Against Police Brutality

Melanie L. Campbell remarks at the recent Justice for All march in Washington DC featuring the families of black men slain by the police. The march was co-hosted by National Action Network, National Urban League, and Black Women's Roundtable and called for Congress to pass legislation on police misconduct.

Dec 11, 2014

National Action Network National March Against Police Violence

NCBCP and Black Youth Vote joins the National Action Network March for Congressional Action on Police Brutality

Dec 8, 2014

Family Values @ Work Awards ‘Game-Changer’ Awards for Paid Sick Days, Family Leave Advocacy

Melanie Campbell, president and CEO of the NCBCP received a Game Changer Award from Family Values @ Work

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