Dec. 5, 2019

Founding Date December 5, 1935 National Council Of Negro Women

December 5, 1935
The founding of the National Council Of Negro Women 84 years years ago by the majestic educator and black woman leader Mary McLeod Bethune was a giant step forward for not only the advancement of black women but also the entirety of our black nation. The organization whose offices still exists on Rhode Island Avenue in Washington DC lead the fight for equality civilly and socially in this nation. We must remember the impact that this in other organizations had in our move towards freedom.

America's Town Meeting of the Air, New York City
November 23, 1939

Let me speak the words that Ms. Bethune spoke about democracy 4 years after the founding of this organization.