NAACP response to McKinney pool incident
A new Demos/NAACP report finds that retail employers pay Black and Latino full-time workers just 75 percent of the wages of their white peers, amounting to losses up to $7,500 per year. In The Retail Race Divide: How the Retail Industry is Perpetuating Racial Inequality in the 21st Century, Catherine Ruetschlin, Demos Senior Policy Analyst, and Dedrick Asante-Muhammad, Senior Director of the NAACP Economic Department and Executive Director of the NAACP Financial Freedom Center, analyze retail workers’ occupations, earnings and schedules.
Leadership 500 took on the pressing issues in our community, here's a wrap-up.
There are more than 21,000 Black Churches in the U.S., and with your help, there is potential to make a significant impact and inspire people to help put an end to the HIV epidemic in Black America.
NAACP Criminal Justice is on the road, educating advocates about racial profiling.
Jacqui Patterson’s Remarks on Webinar on Net Metering with Solar Advocates
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Twenty one school teachers at Elloree training school in South Carolina refused to sign an oath saying they weren't members of the NAACP were honored by the legislature.
Baltimore NAACP's letter to the FOP addresses recent attempts to make Attorney Mosby recuse herself from the Freddie Gray case.
NAACP's response to Freddie Gray death, some highlights of NAACP work in Baltimore.
The Spring edition of The Angle: 21st Century Movement for Economic Justice has been released. The Angle is a quarterly publication that provides an overview of the National Economic Department’s and NAACP units' work around key economic justice issues. It is distributed to all 1,200 NAACP units and to all of our partners.
The Opportunity & Diversity Report Card: The Healthcare Industry is the third in a series of NAACP’s economic report cards on corporate diversity and inclusion. With the healthcare industry being one of the fastest growing sectors in the country, it is important to highlight opportunities in the industry and where we can strengthen people of color’s full participation.