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About MCNBNA

Milwaukee Chapter National Black Nurses Association was organized in 1980, by seven registered nurses (Emma Smith, Carol J. Calvin, Brenda Dockery, Bonnie Booker, Laura Mathews, Ruby Dancil and Eva Allen) who saw a need for this nursing organization in Milwaukee, WI. 

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Upcoming Projects to Join

At MCNBNA we strongly encourage the community and futures nurses to be part of this  organization and the events we create to better all nurses World Wide.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

Sign U and become a memeber of MCNBNA today! Our association offers scholarships as well.

All the Latest Updates

We are committed to giving all our members and aspiring members the latest news and information.

Get to Know Us

In 1982, Milwaukee Chapter National Black Nurses Association was incorporated and became a member of the National Black Nurses Association, Inc. (NBNA). 

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9.9%

of RNs are black or African American (non-Hispanic)

279K

black RNs and 162,800 LPNs.

30.5%

30.5% of nurses identifying themselves as belonging to a minority.

7.888

billion People on Earth for Us to Protect & Heal one at a time.

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