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Get Out the Vote 101: How to Use the NAACP’s GOTV Portal

With so many important issues at stake, November's election is crucially important to the entire NAACP community.


NAACP Social Media Comment Guidelines

Guidelines for participating in NAACP online forums


New study shows pain of incarceration for black families

Hamedah Hasan, a devoted mother of three, fled a physically abusive relationship and sought shelter with her cousin. Hamedah's primary goal was to provide a safe living environment for herself and her three children.


Webinar- Help Uninsured Americans Gain Better Access to Prescription Medicines

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) invites you to participate in an informative webinar about ways in which you can help uninsured Americans gain better access to prescription medicines.


Charging for Public Defense? Democracy Pays the Price

The right to an attorney for people who are unable to pay for one is guaranteed by the 6th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and reinforced by the 1963 unanimous Supreme Court decision in Gideon v. Wainwright. Or is it?


One Nation Working Together: Humanity In Action

This weekend One Nation Working Together--better known as the 10-2-10 movement — held its march on Washington.


Webinar to learn about Medicare and the new Health Care Law

The NAACP’s Health Department and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are partnering to offer a webinar.


One Nation Working Together 10.2.10

Stay tuned for video, photos and updates from the historic One Nation Working Together March on Washington.


Speech By Benjamin Todd Jealous from the One Nation Working Together March

My fellow Americans, we have come too far to be turned back now. We will keep moving forward by taking one step at a time in the right direction.


Watch One Nation Working Together Live!

Watch the livestream of today's One Nation Working Together March on Washington below.


Stop the Funerals, Stop the Violence

One of the highlights of the 2010 Region III Civil Rights Advocacy Training Institute was the launch of the “Stop the Funerals,” /Stop the Violence,” campaign.


Benjamin Todd Jealous Talks Education on Morning Joe

On Wednesday, September 29 NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe to talk about the state of education and this weekend's One Nation Working Together rally in Washington, DC.


NAACP Convenes HBCUs in the Gulf Region to Discuss Sustainability Research Agenda

Historically Black College and Universities from the five Gulf Coast States convened at Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana, to discuss the engagement of HBCUs in planning and executing a research agenda on the oil drilling disaster, as well as ongoing sustainability in the Gulf region.


For Jobs, Justice and Education

For nearly two years, the loudest and most insistent voices in American politics have been on the extreme right.


Take Action: America’s Great Outdoors Inititiative

The NAACP has partnered with America’s Great Outdoors initiative to tell President Obama what needs to be on his conservation and recreation agenda.


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