Black Women Leaders Meet VP Harris To Discuss Major Policy Issues

Black Women Leaders and Allies attended a meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris
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Washington, D.C. (Dec, 6th 2021) -- Today, Black Women Leaders and Allies attended a meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris to discuss the major domestic policy and democracy issues facing our nation, including the urgency of passing federal voting rights legislation, the advancement of economic justice and opportunity--through the Build Back Better Plan and the recently passed bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and other priority issues.

The meeting also provided an instructive dialogue on the critical issues vitally important to Black women and families, including maternal health and other issues.

Today’s meeting is a follow-up meeting that Vice President Harris held with Black Women Leaders & Allies that focused on voting rights on July 16th. Black Women & Allies is comprised of over 60 national and state-based organizations that have been focused on advocating for voting rights, economic & reproductive justice--- convened by Melanie L. Campbell, President and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, Convener of the Black Women’s Roundtable, Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole, President & Chair of the Board, National Council of Negro Women; and Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner, Co-Chair, National African American Clergy Network.

In July, the Black women leaders in attendance provided recommendations, expertise and insight on additional ways in which the Biden-Harris Administration can utilize a whole of government approach and its bully pulpit to continue its leadership in the fight to protect the voting rights for all Americans. The Black women leaders that attended the meeting thanked Vice President Harris for her leadership and commitment to continue to meet on a regular basis; and shared their commitment to continue working with the Biden-Harris Administration as they work for the American people to Build Back Better.

The following Black women leaders were present at today’s meeting with Vice President Harris:

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