Relatedness is a basic psychological experience. We all need to feel connected to other human beings: to care and be cared for, and to belong. We believe that bringing our country together starts with meaningful conversation. Our goal is to reduce polarization and social bias, to increase the willingness to engage in meaningful dialogue, and create an increased understanding and appreciation for our differences and similarities.
Four for 4 – Four People, Four Votes, Four Years and Foresight – recruits members of participating sororities, service, civic and faith-based groups in raising awareness, educating voters and ensuring that at least four people, including themselves, vote on Election Day.
Living your best life – it is the mantra for the 21st century. Experts tell us that living your best life is a proactive pursuit. We must be willing to take action, make choices and own our existence, but what exactly does “living your best life” mean? How do you go about it, and is it something that changes over time?
The Because We Care™ initiative provides African Americans across the country with access to free forums that help family caregivers take better care of their loved ones and themselves.
The Inform & Inspire™ program addresses the importance of increasing the number of African-American women pursuing degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Each year, BWA’s Bright Futures Awards program honors a student or group of students whose academic achievements and service to school and community distinguish them as future leaders and success stories.