About

As a native of Vallejo, Ca. I have often wondered why we as African Americans don't have more equity in our city.

Vallejo, California has been recognized as one of the most diverse cities in the nation but we are not represented by our politicians, nor do we have economic strength that reflects our contributions to the city.

 

We are working hard to solve this inequity with education and collaboration with the community.

 

                                                                          Norman 

                                                                          “It’s We Not Me”

                                                                          Executive Director

                                                                         

                                                

We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

Our Vision

Our vision is to build a stronger unified community in the city of Vallejo that includes a plan for economic prosperity, revitalized neighborhoods, educational and cultural programs.

Our Mission

We are dedicated to bringing people of African decent together in unity for the benefit of our community and stopping the violence.

 

We Need Your Support Today!

It's We Not Me

 Dedicated to bringing people of African decent together in unity for the benefit of our community. A people divided is a conquered people.

Email: itsblackfamilyday@gmail.com

Phone: 707.247.5606

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