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Experience National Hook Up of Black Women/Birmingham

National Hook Up of Black Women/Birmingham wants to spread our message of Ujima- Collective Work and Responsibility. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Through advocacy and outreach activities, NHBW works tirelessly to contribute their part to the greater good.

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Who We Are

A Distinct Identity

NHBW, Inc. is a charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of families through the arts, culture, health wellness, education and human service programs.

Through our mission we will:

  • Support and sponsor community-based health and human service initiatives

  • Present and preserve the achievements of African-American women and their significant contribution to society

  • Promote and sponsor projects that improve and enrich lives through the arts and cultural currents of the community as well as education

  • Prepare women and girls for community service and leadership

  • Advocate for the well-being of women and their families

Mission & Goals

Making A Difference

National Hook Up of Black Women/Birmingham is in the business of changing and shaping lives. The work we do at our Non-Profit Organization is aimed at providing a holistic approach to solving some of our society’s biggest challenges. Our National agenda dedicates itself to improving the lives of women and their families through support of the arts, culture, health wellness, education and human service programs.

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Reading For Life

The NHBW literacy initiative is a grassroots movement established to help raise reading levels for students across the country.  The goal is to attack the systemic reading epidemic.  The plan is to not only be a resource for grade school students but for children in daycares/nursery schools as well.


Our mission is to provide the tools and resources to combat this epidemic at the ground level.  WE plan to put a book in every home and support parents as the child’s first and most important teacher.  We plan to increase literacy and promote a child’s successful transition into the educational school system through outreach and awareness to parents about the importance of reading readiness for children birth through 5 years of age.


The goal is to increase the percentage of students reading by the time they enter kindergarten and establish a literacy based resource center for both daycares/nurseries and grade schools.  Educational support systems are the key to keeping children in school, in the work force, off welfare, and away from criminal activities.

To build and maintain our community together and to make our Brother’s and sister’s problems, our problems and to solve them together.