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NCNW New York State Present's its Highest Honor in Recognition, 47th Annual Bethune-Height
This year's event will take place on Saturday, May 21st at 12:30 PM at Russo's On The Bay in Queens, NY
By: NCNW New York State
Valerie Hall, President, NCNW Queens County Section, Rev. Dr. Malcomb J. Byrd, Senior Pastor Historical Mother A.M.E. Zion Church, Harlem, NY, are this year's honorees. The National Affiliate Honoree is Chi Eta Phi, Sorority, Inc.
Bishop Leah D. Daughtery will deliver the keynote address. The Reverend Daughtry is a nationally recognized activist, political strategist, author, and faith leader. She currently serves as the Presiding Prelate for The House of the Lord Churches, which she has served in succession. Bringing faith to politics, she collaborates with community activists, non-profits, and political and business entities to help them build coalitions and partnerships that advance common causes. Co-author with Donna Brazile, Yolanda Caraway, and Minyon Moore, Daughtry wrote For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics which won the NAACP Image Award for Best Book.
Founder and Co-Chair of Black Church PAC, Co-Chair of the Samuel Dewitt Proctor Conference, and Co-Chair of the Connections and Social Action Committee of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Psi Zeta Omega Chapter).
The Bethune-Height Recognition Program (BHRP) is an annual fundraising event that recognizes outstanding community leadership and supports the National Council of Negro Women, Inc (https://ncnw.org/
Attendees at this year's program will enjoy an afternoon at Russo's On The Bay with musical entertainment from Legendary DJ Chris Washington, Honorees Award Presentation, Presentation of Life/Legacy Awards, and special surprise appearances. To register for this year's event or to donate, please visit http://bhrpnys2022.eventbrite.com/
About the National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
NCNW (National Council of Negro Women) is an organization of organizations (comprising 300 campus and community-based sections and 32 Affiliate Women's Organizations)