Harriet’s Daughters fundamentally believes in

  • Fair access and equal outcomes in employment and economic development opportunity;

  • Living wages and worker benefits;

  • Sufficient and sustainable investments in worker training and placement;

  • Sufficient and sustainable investments in diversifying management, C-suite leadership and board governance;

  • Cross-cultural competence and respect;

  • Summer employment and long-term college and career mentoring for youth;

  • Financial literacy education to enhance understanding of how to create wealth and how to manage income.

We as African-American leaders cannot be divided, scattered, and individually motivated

We must demand more accountability from our own leaders and the politicians we choose to represent us.