ANWO Stands in Solidarity with the Baltimore Rebellions

The African National Women’s Organization stands in full support of the Baltimore Rebellion! The police murders of Freddie Gray, Walter Scott, Sheneque Proctor, Miriam Carey, Tamir Rice and countless other African people, have sparked national mobilizations in defense of black life. The Baltimore rebellion is another manifestation of the frustrations of our community, who feel […]

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Why so silent? Black women murdered by the police

In 2012 Rekia Boyd was 22 when she was fatally shot in the back of the head by an off-duty cop. In the days following her murder, hundreds of people in the black community rallied and protested for her, demanding justice for Rekia Boyd. In 2012 Shantel Davis was 23 when she was shot once […]

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It’s here! Long live the African National Women’s Organization

WASHINGTON, D.C.— Many gathered at the Stuart Center in Washington DC on March 21-22, 2015 for the African Internationalist Conference on African Women as it convened. This was the first meeting of its kind which took on firsthand issues that African working class women are confronted with. Onsite, was a free childcare option for those […]

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