Support Black Women for Positive Change
Black Women for Positive Change began in 2008, as “Black Women for Obama.” After providing support to President Barack Obama Administration as volunteers, in 2012 the organization transitioned to Black Women for Positive Change. The organization is a multi-cultural advocacy network of Women, Good Brothers, Inter-Faith Leaders, Business Leaders, GenZs, Millennials, Xers and Boomers in America, Mexico, Canada, the UK and several African nations. We work in partnership with 100 Fathers Inc., National Association of Black Nurses, Moms Demand Action, Everytown for Gun Safety, National Association for Community Mediation, California State University at Dominguez Hills, Unity in the Community and many other organizations and institutions.
BW4PC is dedicated to “Changing the Culture of Violence” through promotion and awareness of de-escalation of violence tools and methods including Peace Circles, support for de-escalation legislation, production of non-violence films and sponsorship of annual Months of Non Violence.
BW4PC promotes voters rights and encourages all voters to go to the polls, regardless of their partisanship.
Support Positive Change Foundation
The Positive Change Foundation is a 501-c-3 managed by Black Women for Positive Change. It is one of the sponsors of the Annual Months of Non-Violence, Families, Voters Rights and Opportunities. The Foundation seeks donors to support its mission of stopping violence and “Changing the Culture of VIolence in America, and the World.”
The Foundation also administers the Positive Change Academy, an organization that provides “Opportunities As Alternatives to Violence” through training and exposure to new and innovative industries. The target audiences are GenZs, Millennials, Xers and Boomers. Priority focus is in areas of:
(1) Emerging Technologies in Robotics, AI and other technologies
(2) Technology Ethical Systems
(3) Violence Prevention
(4) Peace Circles