Association of Black Harvard Women

Purpose Statement

The Association of Black Harvard Women (ABHW) was founded in 1975, through a unanimous decision by 65 black Radcliffe women. Our mission is to strengthen the bonds of black sisterhood through community discussion, social action and public service. The Association of Black Harvard Women currently serves a membership of over 100 Harvard undergraduates with discussions addressing pertinent issues affecting black women and community service events such as the voter registration drives and the Alberta V. Scott Mentorship Program.

Organization Information