Vice President Kamala Harris Holds A Roundtable To Discuss Black Women's Maternal Health
National Town Hall Part 1 Black Women Lead - a riveting Town Hall session built, led and featuring Black Women. Some my call it magic, but we know the power of Black Women is real and resilient. In this space, we will do a deep dive into what matters to Black women and why as it relates to the forward-facing agenda to advance the Nation.
112th NAACP Annual Convention: Georgia brought us many lessons and insights about race and racism, class inequality, winning and losing politics, police brutality, gun violence and so much more as it relates to the Black agenda and our future. Join this high-powered session to explore Georgia as a case study for where we have been, where we are, and where we can go as a people.
Women in the NAACP (WIN) seeks to enhance the leadership role of women, serve as an advocacy vehicle for issues affecting women and children, and advocate for the positive development of children. WIN's theme is "Outstretched Hands and Open Hearts to Women and Children."
Pastor Sharon Scott is the NAACP Allentown Religious Affairs, Chair and Founder and President of Set Free Ministry which is a ministry committed to teaching the Word of God to assist women in the healing process of a fragmented life. Which in turn will empower individuals to fulfill their purpose.
Pastor Scott also serves as a teacher/mentor at the Nehemiah Wall in Allentown, PA and at the Easton Detention Center in Easton, PA
Pastor gives a shared NAACP Allentown and Set Free Ministry Message, chosen by God:
4th Saturday of Each Month
The Zoom Link and Password:
Zoom ID: 828 3142 4366
Annie Kollar, NAACP Allentown Labor and Industry Chair and Barbara Redmond NAACP Allentown Secretary at the Bethlehem NAACP First Annual Juneteenth , Friday June 2021 at Bethlehem Sculpture Garden. Mrs. Esther M. Lee, President Bethlehem NAACP.
Cheryl Johnson Watts Education Executive Chair and Barbara Redmond at the Allentown City Hall Juneteenth Flag Raising standing together in their NAACP Freedom Fighter's T-shirts after they raised the Juneteenth Flag at the Allentown City Hall.