NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous and Gil Kerlikowske, the Director of ONDCP, discuss steps toward drug policy and criminal justice reform.
We recognize NAACP treasure and unsung hero Mrs. Mildred Roxborough, the oldest member and former field secretary for the NAACP.
Maryland Governor Martin O' Malley held a press conference at the Maryland State House to introduce the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Act of 2013.
To help meet our communities’ demand for jobs, economic resources and financial literacy, the NAACP will host a Diversity Job Fair along with a Financial Advocacy and Community Tour (F.A.C.T.) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Employers as well as non-profits and financial institutions will be in attendance and available to connect you with opportunities for building your economic security.
For too many years, senators have been using a more problematic version of the filibuster rule – a procedural tool meant to ensure the minority party could extend debate on a piece of legislation to obstruct Congress, create gridlock, and paralyze progress. We think it’s time to end this destructive practice.
On January 2, 2013, the United States will be faced with the "fiscal cliff." In this scenario, there will be spending cuts of about $109 billion per year, resulting in almost every federal program facing a reduction in its budget.
This morning, NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous and Maryland NAACP State Conference President Gerald Stansbury met with Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley at the Maryland State House to discuss the future of the death penalty in Maryland.
Heads of diverse denominations and organizations from the NAACP Summit of Faith Leaders, join the NAACP in calling for the resolution of the fiscal cliff crisis.
The December edition of The Angle: Our Twist on Economic Justice Issues has been released. The Angle is a monthly publication that provides an overview of the National Economic Department’s work around key Economic Justice issues. It is distributed the 15th of every month to all 1,200 units. It is unique in that it captures the Economic Department’s most up-to-date information in a fun and colorful way!