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Fri, Jan 28


Maya Hotel Long Beach

CA Black Women's Collective Empowerment Conference

Join us for this exciting event sponsored by The Hutt Group, Molina Healthcare and United Domestic Workers

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CA Black Women's Collective Empowerment Conference
CA Black Women's Collective Empowerment Conference

Time & Location

Jan 28, 2022, 6:00 PM – Jan 29, 2022, 8:00 PM

Maya Hotel Long Beach, 700 Queensway Dr, Long Beach, CA 90802, USA

About the Event

The California Black Women’s Collective (CABWC) is a coalition of intergenerational Black Women who bring together a span of expertise in politics, community activism, collaboration, social justice and beyond. We have come together to stand in support of issues and priorities that are vital to elevate Black women. CABWC officially launched in February 2021 with 12 members. Today, there are more than 1,450 members.

Black Women Organized for Political Action (BWOPA), a founding member of CABWC, is a statewide organization that promote, support, and educate African American women about the political process. BWOPA TILE, a 501C3, provides programs to develop and incubate a generation of African American women leaders, so that these women are represented at local and national decision-making tables.

In our continuing efforts to provide education and empowerment opportunities for Black Women leaders, the CABWC in collaboration with BWOPA, is hosting a statewide conference on January 28 - 29, 2022. The conference will be held at the Hotel Maya in Long Beach CA. We are expecting 200-300 CA Black Women Leaders to attend this inaugural event.

California Black Women’s Collective Empowerment Conference Schedule

Friday, January 28

VIP Reception with honoring CA Black Women Trailblazers Hall of Fame Induction

Saturday, January 29

Fireside Chat - Black Women’s Pathways to Economic Viability

  • Roadmap to financial wealth
  • Black Women moving to entrepreneurship

Fireside Chat - Aging with Dignity and Respect through the intersectionality of the labor force and resources

  • Building a workforce that is reflective of the needs of Black Women
  • Black Women aging experience

Lunch Leadership Panel on the State of Black Women in California – Moderated by CA Black Media

Fireside Chat - Building the Bench: Equity & Inclusion

  • Ready, Set, Run – beyond redistricting
  • Preparing for our future in public and private sectors
  • Board Representation

Closing Reception

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