The Mississippi Black Women’s Roundtable (MS-BWR), is an intergenerational civic engagement statewide network and the women and girls empowerment arm of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP) that champions equitable public policy on behalf of Black women and girls nationally and across the South. MS-BWR is a highly effective economic and social justice organizing network led by Black women across the country, with a focus on expanding inter-generational leadership and addressing economic insecurity, education and health disparities that perpetuate systemic, multi-generational poverty for too many Black women, families and communities. The four priority goals of MS-BWR is to:
* Strengthen BWR intergenerational networks, NCBCP affiliates, coalitions and partner organizations;
* Educate Mississippi policymakers about issues and policy solutions that address the economic and social justice concerns of Black women, their families, and communities;
* Create a pipeline for leadership inside BWR and in the public sphere; and
* Create public and private forums for Black women to be heard, valued and affirmed.

All available positions are currently filled. Thank you.