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  • 13 Jan 2024 3:41 PM | Nick Battle (Administrator)

    As we reflect on the impactful legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., NABC takes a moment to honor the life and contributions of this extraordinary leader. Dr. King's tireless efforts and unwavering commitment to justice, equality, and civil rights continue to inspire us and shape the path towards a better future.

    This Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we celebrate the dream that Dr. King envisioned – a dream of a nation where individuals are judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.  NABC remains steadfast in its mission to advocate for and advance the mental health and well-being of  Black American and other communities in the African diaspora.

    As we commemorate this day, let us draw inspiration from Dr. King's courage, resilience, and dedication to building a more just and compassionate society. Let his legacy remind us of the importance of fostering understanding, empathy, and unity within our communities.

    NABC encourages you to take a moment to reflect on the values Dr. King championed and consider how we, as individuals and as a community, can contribute to creating positive change. Let us use this day not only to remember the past but also to actively engage in the ongoing work towards a future that embodies Dr. King's dream of equality and justice for all.

    Thank you for being part of the NABC community, and may this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day inspire us to continue the journey towards a brighter and more inclusive tomorrow.


  • 13 Jan 2024 2:17 PM | Nick Battle (Administrator)

    We are thrilled to announce that the National Association of Black Counselors (NABC) and our esteemed President, M. Nickleson Battle, Jr., Ed D., have been featured in a recent article by The Guardian. The piece, titled "Is Positivity Important? Exploring Happiness, Mindset, and the Impact of Optimism," sheds light on the critical role of positive mindset in our well-being.

    In this insightful article, Dr. Battle shares his expertise and perspectives on the importance of cultivating a positive mindset for mental health. We invite you to read the full article on The Guardian's website by following this link.

    The recognition from such a reputable publication underscores the significant contributions of NABC and its members to the field of mental health. Dr. Battle's interview serves as a testament to our commitment to advocating for and advancing the mental health and well-being of African-American individuals and communities.

    We encourage you to share this achievement within your networks, spreading awareness of the impactful work we are doing as an organization. Your support is invaluable in amplifying our mission and creating positive change.

    Thank you for being part of the NABC community, and let's continue to make strides in promoting mental health and well-being for all.


  • 13 Jan 2024 2:10 PM | Nick Battle (Administrator)

    The National Association of Black Counselors joyfully celebrates the founding anniversaries of the D9 organizations founded in January, that have shaped history and advanced the Black community. Your contributions have been monumental, and we salute you for your enduring legacy. 

    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

    Founded: January 15, 1908

    Kappa Alpha Psi

    Founded:  January 5, 1911

    Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

    Founded: January 13, 1913

    Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

    Founded: January 9, 1914

    Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

    Founded: January 16, 1920

    NABC Salutes Your Impact: Your dedication to brotherhood, sisterhood, and service has paved the way for positive change. NABC proudly joins in celebrating the profound impact of your organizations on the Black community.

    Acknowledging Your Legacy: As we close this month, we express gratitude for the visionaries who laid the foundation for unity, scholarship, and community upliftment.

    Here's to Your Continued Success: May the spirit of your founders continue to inspire excellence. NABC wishes you another year of achievement, growth, and impactful contributions.


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