Series 3 contains both incoming and outgoing correspondence between members of the Congress, related organizations and government departments and agencies. Government recipients and senders include both federal and provincial Ministers in charge of Multiculturalism, Heritage and Culture, Employment and Immigration, Health and Welfare, Pensions, and the Status of Women, as well as the offices of the Mayor of Winnipeg, the Prime Minister, and the Premier and Lieutenant- Governor of Manitoba. Government agencies related to immigration, multiculturalism, and women’s issues, such as the Manitoba Women’s Advisory Council, Provincial Council of Women of Manitoba, Citizenship Council of Manitoba/ International Centre, Manitoba Intercultural Council, and Canadian Human Rights Commission, also corresponded with the Congress. National and provincial ethnic organizations such as the Afro-Caribbean Association of Manitoba, the National Black Coalition of Canada, Guyanese Cultural Organization of Winnipeg Inc., Trinidad and Tobago Society of Winnipeg, Grenadian Association of Manitoba, Caribbean-Canadian Association of Winnipeg Inc., and St. Vincent and the Grenadines Association of Winnipeg, also were in frequent contact. Women’s groups, such as the Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre, The Manitoba Action Committee on the Status of Women, MFL Women’s Committee, and the National Organization of Immigrant and Visible Minority Women, made up a significant portion of the correspondence. Much of the content of the correspondence relates to invitations and responses to events and workshops, and calls for support of various causes relevant to Black women in Canada.