UA 097 - National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Records, 2008-2014
“UA 097 - National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Records, 2008-2014.” Finding Aids. BGSU University Libraries, 6 Mar. 2018, lib.bgsu.edu/finding_aids/items/show/2574. Accessed 8 June 2023.
|Title||UA 097 - National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Records, 2008-2014|
Records of the BGSU chapter of the National Council of Negro Women.
|Agency History||In 1935, Mary McLeod Bethune founded the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Its purpose was to bring together different national and local organizations servicing and representing African American women, and to advocate for various rights and issues.|
The BGSU section of the National Council of Negro Women is a student organization that was established in the spring 2008. Its mission is to lead, develop, advocate, inform, and unify the African American women of Bowling Green State University's campus and its surrounding communities as they support their individual, family, and societal efforts and lifestyles.
|Scope and Content||Collection size: 1 half-size legal manuscript box (0.25 cubic feet)|