Good Jobs, Green Jobs Pre-Conference in DC

"Bridging the Gap: Connecting Black Communities to the Green Economy" will take place on April 15th from 8am to 10pm in Washington, DC.


Jaqui Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, delivered a powerful training last week.

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

March 10th marked the National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.


Jaqui Patterson presented a training about environmental issues in Region VI.

Traci Braxton’s Unsung Hero: Melba Moore

WEtv star Traci Braxton talks about her Unsung Hero of Black History month

Life After College Series: Financial Wellness

The NAACP Economic Department & Wells Fargo teamed up to provide financial education to college students and recent graduates.

Great Turnout in Chicago for NAACP Job Fair & FACT!

Over 600 people turned out for the NAACP Job Fair and near half of those participants were connected with economic resources at the Financial Advocacy and Community Tour.

Towanda Braxton’s Hero: Curtis Benjamin – Founder of “Saving Our Daughters”

Towanda Braxton shares her Unsung Hero of Black History Month

The Economic Origins of Racism

Understanding the history of racism is necessary for leveling the economic playing field.

Trina Braxton’s Hero: Evelyn Braxton

Diversity Job Fair and Financial Advocacy and Community Tour to Chicago

The NAACP will host a Diversity Job Fair along with a Financial Advocacy and Community Tour (F.A.C.T.) in Chicago, IL tomorrow, February 19th at the Navy Pier.

Kim Kimble’s Hero: Madame C.J. Walker – Beauty Pioneer

Kim Kimble shares her Unsung Hero of Black History

Toward a Smarter Drug Policy

NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous and Gil Kerlikowske, the Director of ONDCP, discuss steps toward drug policy and criminal justice reform.

WIN Wednesdays: Mary Church Terrell

It seemed apropos that this WIN Wednesday during Black History Month--we feature the legacy of one of our founders, Mary Church Terrell.

Thoughts on Black AIDS Day

Each year for National Black AIDS Day, we remember those who lost their battle with one of the worst diseases of our time.

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