The White House Council on Women and Girls released a report entitled “Women and Girls of Color: Addressing Challenges and Expanding Opportunity."
NAACP took action during this year's mid-term election.
The Georgia NAACP and partners are standing up to voter suppression in the state.
NAACP President/CEO Cornell William Brooks joined a panel to discuss the important upcoming mid-term election.
There is a fight against voting rights around the country, from early voting restrictions, voter ID laws and polling place closings--the battle is real.
The NAACP is the nation’s oldest pre-eminent civil rights organization. In existence for nearly a century, the NAACP is responsible for a number of victories in the struggle for justice and equality in America.
Often organizations struggle with what they define as “hard to reach communities”, but I believe there is no such thing. This is a definition for those organizations that “don’t know how to reach communities” and tries to address one community issue at a time. Organizations must learn how to authentically engage with communities, which requires more listening and learning than doing.
The US Department of Homeland Security has announced that beginning early next year, it will set up a Haitian Family Reunification Parole Program (FRPP).
I MATTER is the NAACP Youth and College Division’s campaign to address gun violence, police brutality and racial profiling.
NAACP branches are working hard against racial profiling incidents across the country.
NAACP national President and CEO Cornell William Brooks discusses the importance of the youth role in the Association and the latest info on NAACP action in Ferguson/racial profiling.
NAACP Criminal Justice holds next part of Re-entry toolkit trainings.
NAACP President and CEO Cornell William Brooks is on the road and he’s coming to a town near you.
NAACP President/CEO Cornell William Brooks discusses Holder resignation, his legacy and its affect on Ferguson.
NAACP Criminal Justice is hosting a series of Google Hangout on Airs for those who were formerly incarcerated, getting them on the road to success.