Saturday, January 31, 2015

The Original & Historic Million Woman March “FROM MARCH TO MOVEMENT” 2015

 For Immediate Release:   January 26, 2015
For more information contact: 

MWM-UM Northern New Jersey Branch at:   or
The National Offices of Million Woman March/Universal Movements: at:

The Original & Historic
Million Woman March

The historic Million Woman March (MWM), the largest gathering in the world of women anywhere, ever.

And is now preparing to take major ‘next steps” in bringing forward its mission and evolving work that will assist in bringing forward the necessary further development of its local, national, and international agenda and related initiatives; hence establishing and strengthening the first global Movement for All women and girls of African descent worldwide .

This year as part of the MWM 18th year anniversary commemoration and in preparations for the launching of its exciting and groundbreaking Direct Action” BLACXPRINT” 2020 Program that consist of  major Human Rights and Self-Determination initiatives, campaigns, and other programs, monthly activities and special events will be held year round nationwide.

In recognition of this year’s “Black History Month” 2015 observance, the MWM-UM Northern NJ Branch will host a celebratory evening  to honor African descendent people who have paved the way, particularly in         the US, for the obtainment of freedom and justice and also those who have made incredible  achievements and contributions to the world.   With a powerful presentation provided by Attorney Alton Maddox and a n    informative and inspirational community open forum facilitated by Sis. Empress Phile’ Chionesu that will focus   on some of the concerns and important social issues of today.  

Thurs. February 5th, 2015
Reception:  5:00 PM
rogram:  6:00 PM
5 Washington Street,  Newark, NJ
Admission: Free

·         NOTE:  The next monthly MWM Northern New Jersey Community Meeting  (with a focus on Women’s History Month )will take place on Thurs. March 5th, 2015 at the Newark Main Library

For more information contact:
Sistah Munirah at: 973-818-8521  or   Sistah Atiyah at: 908-374-9990  
or email:

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