50 Shades of Politics: Black Women Breaking Ground!
African American Women in Politics share their knowledge of what it takes to be on the front lines!
Saturday, April 7th 2018
10am - 2pm
Bergen Community College
Pitkin Education Center, Room C-211
400 Paramus Road, Paramus NJ
Fifty years ago, U.S Rep Shirley Chisholm became the first African American woman elected to congress. The purpose of 50 Shades of Politics is to encourage women of all color, especially African American women, to get involved in the political process and to continue to push towards equal representation in politics. Come join us and here dynamic and inspirational African American women from different facets of the political arena share their stories and knowledge of what it takes to be on the front lines. There will also be a segment on the importance of voter registration and voter turnout. One of the highlights of the day will be the presentation of a special Trailblazer award to Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver.
**ULBCYP is a non-partisan organization and do not endorse any particular candidate or political groups.