Women in the NAACP (WIN) seeks to:
WIN's theme is "Outstretched Hands and Open Hearts to Women and Children.”
Women In NAACP History
During the year 1980, in Memphis Tennessee, Frances Louise Dancy Hooks (wife of Dr. Benjamin L. Hooks) and Earleen Bolden organized the trailblazing Women in the NAACP (WIN), an unprecedented project which aimed to enhance the leadership roles of women both within the Association and in everyday life. Women in NAACP was approved as a standing Committee in 2004 at the National Convention in accordance with Article VIII of the NAACP Constitution and Bylaws.