Black Women for Positive Change Marched in Seven U.S. Cities

Feb 1, 2017 Black Women for Positive Change (BW4PC) members participated in Sister Marches across the nation as part of the 2017 National Women’s March. Networkers marched in 7 U.S. Cities including Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Maryland; Hampton Roads, Virginia;...

Elected Officials Endorse National Week of Non-Violence

Jun 29, 2014 Governor Martin O’Malley, State of Maryland; Governor Bill Haslam, State of Tennessee; and Mayor William Euille, Alexandria, Virginia, are leading elected officials in America, who support the National Week of Non-Violence, August 16-23, 2014, sponsored...

“CHANGING THE CULTURE OF VIOLENCE IN AMERICA”– A MANIFESTO

Jan 1, 2014 Black Women for Positive Change (BW4PC), a national civic network, declares it is time to Change the Culture of Violence in America. The historic legacy of violence in America has created a national obsession with violence that impacts adults and youth....

Black Women for Positive Change Mourn the Passing of Nelson Mandela

Dec 5, 2013 Black Women for Positive Change (BW4PC), a national, civic network of progressive, activist women and “Good Brothers” extends condolences to the family of Nelson Mandela, the first Black President of South Africa. “It is an honor to have lived during the...