APRIL 6, 2019      1:00 PM

Fundraiser by East Bay Law Day Team members (eastbaylawday.org)


It’s Cops vs Cops!  Get your Cop on!

“They’re in it to Win it”

Bay Area’s Finest

 Battling it out on the Basketball Court

And Look what else will be “IN THE HOUSE”


Silent Auction

   “Entry Donation$10.  (Tax ID:  EIN 94-1492635). Donate more and be featured on the upcoming WCCSBGC.org Memorial Wall

Snack bar.  Raffle tickets for WARRIORS memorabilia                           

For additional information, contact Steve Alameda, Executive Director at

spalameda@yahoo.com (510) 215-4646 or at wccsbgc.org


NCBW Advocacy Agenda

Advocacy is the cornerstone and pulse point of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women. Our strategic agenda is to provide a culturally competent national voice for African American women and women of color to effectuate positive change for them personally and for their families, their communities and this great country. We understand intimately that the African American woman is centric in her community, her faith, her profession and most importantly her home. Her concerns, needs and voice must be heard to realize civic progress through sustainable public policy.

We also believe that our efforts to assist and lend voice to improving the conditions and lives of women of color —our sisters internationally—enhances all women. To this end NCBW, pledges that our advocacy agenda will ever evolve to clearly articulate and meet the needs of our constituency (African American women).

We invite you to join us on this quest.

NCBW is a non-partisan organization and does not endorse any particular political candidate. We are open to dialogue and partner with credible political entities of mutual interest to the NCBW Agenda. NCBW openly encourages women of color to seek political office and influence public policies that affect women and girls.


The Public Policy & Advocacy Committee (“PPAC”)