This week, the New York City Council voted to override Mayor Bloomberg's veto of the Community Safety Act. NAACP President Ben Jealous considers this a victory, and a step in the right direction toward ending racial profiling.
This week's webinar will cover how to use a free email client--allowing NAACP units to organize and message members in a more efficient and inexpensive way.
Check out the growth of the NAACP the last five years.
NAACP intern Anisha Ahuja explores the lesser known but growing economic challenges facing the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community.
Over the month of August, the NAACP Economic Department ran a blog series examining the economic status of African Americans 50 years after the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
50 years after the March on Washington, African Americans have experienced substantive civil rights gains but also have experienced major setbacks.
The NAACP Economic Department is proud to announce the winners of the 1st annual NAACP Financial Freedom Month Contest! The contest advances the NAACP’s mission to promote equal economic opportunity through organizing and activism.
I recently represented the NAACP and its rich history in His Dream, Our Stories, an incredible multimedia project by Comcast and NBCUniversal commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the March and the impact it had on the Civil Rights Movement.
NAACP Chairman Roslyn M. Brock delivered remarks at the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington at the Lincoln Memorial, Saturday, August 24. Read the remarks here.
NAACP President Ben Jealous delivered remarks at the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington at the Lincoln Memorial, Saturday, August 24. Read the remarks here.
Million Hoodies and New York NAACP are teaming up together to "Get On The Bus" to the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington on Saturday, August 24th.
This week's webinar, Facebook 101 will discuss the benefits of branches using Facebook Fan Pages instead of personal profile pages.
Civil rights giant, William “Bill” Lynch passed away last week at the age of 72. The NAACP lost a friend, advocate, mentor, NAACP Life member, and brother—better known to friends and family as the “Rumpled Genius.”
We already knew this to be a moral certainty, but now a federal court agrees: New York's controversial Stop and Frisk policy is a violation of our constitutional rights.
This week’s webinar is Twitter 101—the topic will be “How to Use Twitter Effectively for Your Unit.” The webinar will highlight best practices for organizers using Twitter.