NAACP Economic Department welcomes summer interns from the University of California Washington, D.C. Program.
The NAACP/Kellogg’s Law Fellow Program selects new fellows for the NAACP's National Office.
As part of our ongoing efforts to promote diversity in the workforce, NAACP Econ participated in a two-day summit with the Greenlining Institute and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
On Wednesday, June 25th at 10 a.m., the NAACP Georgia State Conference President Dr. Francys Johnson will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
This week, the Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Conference will convene in Jackson, Mississippi to highlight the accomplishments of those who worked to change the politically segregated Mississippi and to discuss how to continue the struggle towards Mississippi reaching its full potential.
NAACP ACT-SO is set for Vegas, July 17-20 with some of America's greatest young minds and talent.
Interim NAACP President Lorraine C. Miller joins a tri-caucus group reaffirming unified support for the Voting Rights Amendment Act (VRAA).
We celebrate the life of Ruby Dee--actor, author, director, producer and civil rights activist.
The NAACP urges the public to vote for Ms. Dorothy Parker to be inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
Arsenio Hall's mission to purchase the LA Clippers can also help the NAACP.
Voting rights are under attack, the NAACP is standing up and taking action.
NAACP will host housing forums in select markets across the country for National Homeownership Month.
Ta-Nehisi Coates' recent piece in The Atlantic, stirs a renewed conversation about the case for reparations. Check out the NAACP's track on the long fight--and current call to action.
The May 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 and NAACP units' work around key economic justice issues. It is distributed bimonthly to all 1,200 units.