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NBC News.com

Black Women's Roundtable Hosts 5th Annual Summit

Hundreds of Black women from around the U.S. are convening on Capitol Hill in the Washington, DC from March 17 to March 20, for the Black Women's Roundtable Women of Power National Summit.

Unlocking The Power of The 'Sista' Vote is More Complex Than You Think
As the 2016 presidential primaries and caucuses continue across America (Arizona, Idaho and Utah all have contests on Tuesday), there's no shortage of polls and pundits trying to predict which group of voters can help their candidate win the White House.

USA Today  (circ. 1.8 million with 34 million unique monthly visitors)

Black women aim to prove 'Power of the Sister Vote' this election
For Kwamme Anderson, the power of black women goes beyond turning out in record numbers to vote, but using their influence to bring others with them to the polls.

Black Women's Roundtable

BLACK WOMEN IN THE U.S REPORT 2016
The Black Women's Roundtable released its third annual State of Black Women in U.S. Report at its 5th Annual Summit in Washington, DC.

Madame Noire ( 8 million unique visitors monthly)

Why Black Women (Still) Can't Seem To Get Ahead Economically
Make no mistake, Black women work hard, but many of us are still stuck in a seemingly unending cycle of poverty. And it’s not that we don’t have the skills or even an entrepreneurial spirit to change our circumstances, there are a lot of factors — both internal and external — that come into play regarding our economic standing.

C-SPAN (seen in 100 million households in the U.S.)

Black Women in the U.S.
Melanie Campbell talked about the National Coalition of Black Civic Participation’s Black Women’s Roundtable summit and the results of its report on the state of black women in the U.S.

Atlanta Daily World

Georgia Coalition of Black Women Salute Women in Government at Women’s History Month Celebration
Atlanta’s first lady, Sarah Reed, was among an illustrious group of women who were paid homage for the Georgia Coalition of Black Women’s (GCBW) Women’s History Month celebration.

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