Congratulations Mayor London Breed!

Your BWOPA sisters are so excited and proud for your hard work, leadership and service.
#mayorlondonbreed #bwopaendorsed #blackgirlmagic
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Newsoms Visit BWOPA State Board Meeting

BWOPA State Quarterly Board Meeting
hosted by our Oakland/Berkeley/Hayward/South County Chapter
Special Guests Gavin and Jennifer Newsom
@Greater St Paul Church, Oakland

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Organizing for Change

Black Women Organized for Political Action Plans To Utilize its Historical Influence to Incite Political Change in Sacramento!

2017 was deemed the year of black women in politics. It highlighted an increase of black women engaged in politics and brought national attention to the effectiveness of black women within the political realm. However, we have miles to go before we sleep.

The killing of 22-year old Stephon Clark, by the hands of Sacramento law enforcement, in our own city, not only sparked national outcry, it intensified the work of local organizations like BWOPA Sacramento. BWOPA Sacramento understands that everything that affects the quality of life in the black community is in most ways political. Therefore, BWOPA's current charge is to harness the energy within our community to dig deeper into the political process so that we can see systemic changes.

To that end, BWOPA Sacramento is currently refocusing efforts in order to be an active voice to change the face of law enforcement in Sacramento. "It will take our collective effort to elect officials who value justice for black people" said Kula Koenig, BWOPA Sacramento Chapter President. "Until we do this, we all suffer the consequences that result from injustice." This is why our chapter focuses on building political capacity. 

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Our Time to Engage


Our Time to Engage, Inform and Vote: 2018 Gubernatorial Issues Forum in partnership with KCRA 3 convened voters across California to discuss issues that impact African American women with candidates John Chiang, Delaine Eastin and Antonio Villaraigosa.   

This inaugural forum allowed gubernatorial candidates to address key areas of interest for Black women voters in this moderated panel discussion. The forum was held at the historic Crest Theatre in downtown Sacramento. 



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Black Girl Magic


"Black Girl Magic Night" at the Oracle Arena!

Join BWOPA/TILE in Celebrating Women's History Month and Watch our 2017 NBA Champions Golden State Warriors vs. Indiana Pacers!

When:        Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Time:         7:00pm - Oracle Arena, Oakland

Tix Price:  $100.00

Get Your Advance Tix today!

A limited number of tickets are available. DEADLINE: February 9th. 

*Rates can increase based on factors affecting supply and demand. Lock in your price and purchase today!

Driving to the arena? Purchase your parking pass today and save! Visit

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Women Marches Throughout California


The Women's March is a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties, and social justice for all. We stand together in solidarity for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families -- recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.


Below lists the Women Marches across California on January 20, 2018

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Congrats Fatima!

Dr. Fatima Alleyne, President, Contra Costa County Board of Education
DWJ Public Policy Fellow, Dr. Fatima Alleyne was cited by her colleagues on December 13, 2017 to serve as President of the Contra Costa County Board of Education.
President Alleyne  is the first African American woman to hold such position.  She plans to use this opportunity to continue her work advocating to ensure Contra Costa families have access to quality public education. Her term as President was effective immediately. 
We are here for you!  Keep up the outstanding work blazing the trails.
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