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Welcome to North Carolina Black Deaf Advocates


NCBDA was formed with the purpose of advocating social, health, and civil rights issues for black individuals within the deaf community. Empowerment and overall well-being are paramount to the success of the black deaf community, and NCBDA strives to achieve these goals.
  • To better inform ourselves and the community about the rights and responsibilities of Black Deaf citizens

  • To identify, examine, and disseminate information related to the impact of social, economic, education, health, political, and religious issues through the medium of panel, lectures, and workshop

  • To encourage increase in leadership development and employment opportunities for Black Deaf persons throughout the nation and to further their potential.


Our Mission

NCBDAThe North Carolina Black Deaf Advocates. (NCBDA) is committed to providing advocacy for all persons in North Carolina who are Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing. NCBDA supports equal access to a comprehensive coordinated system of services and encourage all Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing people to achieve their maximum potential through increased independence, productivity, and integration into the community.
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A Message from the President

Martina MooreHello! Welcome to NCBA website. We 're thrilled to present you with this website. We aim to make this website easy to navigate and find information regarding the Deaf Community in North Carolina. If you 're looking for information about events about the community about the resources, you 'll find that here! We hope you find what you 're looking for here. If you 're unable to, contact us. We 'll gladly help! Let 's join our Face book: North Carolina Black Deaf Advocates finding information. The NCBDA is very eager to work with you. Join us and make a difference because NCBDA wouldn't be able to succeed.