EXPERIENCE WOMEN OF COLOR COALITION
Working Towards a Brighter Future
The Women of Color Coalition is a grassroots political organization dedicated to building the political power of BIWOC and communities of color while supporting candidates and elected officials who best reflect our progressive policy mission and values. The common thread that binds all of our coalition members and grassroots organizers is our strong belief in the cardinal principles of democracy, especially with regard to race relations within the United States. Well-being is at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfill their potential. Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change.
Mission: The Women of Color Coalition (WOCC) is a grassroots progressive organization dedicated to building women’s political power within communities of color by supporting candidates and elected officials to reflect our public policy mission and values. WOCC will foster a common thread with the strong belief in the cardinal principles of education, advocacy, democracy and community empowerment for all.
Here at Women of Color Coalition, we are driven to do our part in making the world a better place for all. Our decision-making process is informed by the community and high-quality data evaluation. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact on all of our pursuits. We hope to foster long-lasting relationships with coalition groups both past and present and work together to highlight social justice causes and candidates of color.
Congratulations, Jennifer, on your historic win!
CONGRATULATIONS! JUDGE KETANJI BROWN JACKSON
Congratulations! Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Women of Color Coalition has your back!
PRESIDENT BIDEN: Today, as we watch freedom and liberty under attack abroad, I’m here to fulfill my responsibilities under the Constitution to preserve freedom and liberty here in the United States of America.
And it’s my honor to introduce to the country a daughter of former public school teachers, a proven consensus builder, an accomplished lawyer, a distinguished jurist — one of the nation’s most — on one of the nation’s most prestigious courts. My nominee for the United States Supreme Court is Judge Ketanji Jackson.
WHAT WE DO
Furthering our cause is the most important goal of our organization. We seek to support, empower, and provide high-quality resources to our community in a safe and secure environment. Our success isn’t measured in terms of wealth or profit margin, but by the value, we provide to those we serve.
Reinforcing our Commitment
One Step at a Time
Helping Educate The Community
THE EVOLUTION OF WOMEN OF COLOR COALITION
WOMEN OF COLOR COALITION ENDORSE
December 14, 2022
Women of Color Coalition is pleased to announce our formal endorsement of Jennifer McClellan for Congress. Throughout her 17 years in the state legislature, Senator McClellan has been a proven champion for policies that improve the lives of women of color and their families. From ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment, creating a state-based healthcare exchange under Obamacare, creating the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, working to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline, the Reproductive Health Protection Act, extending worker protections to domestic workers, raising the minimum wage, and so much more like leading Virginia to become the FIRST southern state to pass it's own Voting Rights Act. As Co-Chair of Virginia's Legislative Black Caucus, Jennifer McClellan has already been working to better the lives of all who live in Virginia, and we have no doubt she will continue that work in Congress.
With the passing of Congressman McEachin, the 4th Congressional District has the opportunity for historical change by electing the first Black woman to represent Virginia in Congress. Virginia’s 4th Congressional District needs the leadership of Jennifer McClellan, someone who has proven time and time again she is willing to put the people above politics and deliver policy that improves the lives of all Virginians. Women of Color Coalition looks forward to the proven leadership, fresh perspective, and much-needed voice of Jennifer McClellan as the next House of Representative for Virginia’s 4th Congressional District.
Women of Color Coalition
WOMEN OF COLOR COALITION ENDORSE
Fatmata Barrie, Esq.
WOCC is thrilled to announce the Women of Color Coalition's endorsement of Fatmata Barrie, Esq. very important and timely Montgomery County Council campaign. With the upcoming election, there are many candidates exclaiming their platforms. However, there is one candidate doing more than just talking. Ms. Barrie, WOCC is impressed with your active support of your community. While continuing to uphold the beliefs that are supported by the people you look to serve. As an active supporter of social and women's rights. WOCC knows that Ms. Barrie is a firm supporter of the people and will stand up for you—The Citizen.
JAN 6TH UNITY DAY 2022
Making A Difference
Join the nationwide Jan6th Vigil and Day of Action! Click link for vigils and action activities near you! Women of Color Coalition a proud partner!