The University of Alabama chapter of National Council Negro Women, Inc. was founded, January 1998 by a group of educated black women that had a vision of bringing the organization to a predominately white campus. This group of young, independent women led and empowered the student body at The University of Alabama. Following their lead, today The University of Alabama chapter members strive to uphold the foundation in which the organization was founded upon. Along with our mission to lead, develop, and advocate we also strive for sisterhood, service, and commitment to our community.
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