Financial experts talk all the time about the importance of wealth, but remember that amassing wealth doesn't happen all at once.
Grammy-Award winning artist and activist John Legend launched a partnership with the NAACP to promote voting rights efforts across the country and help register eligible concert goers to vote.
Food Day is about continuing the fight for affordable and accessible food regardless of the community you live in. It's also about ensuring that children across hte nation receive the most nutritious meals possible through the lunch program.
This weekend, NAACP is getting ready to attend Power Shift--a conference that is a chance for youth to make a difference on environmental issues and fellowship with others of like mind.
On a recent Sunday morning, church-goers in Baltimore piled into their places of worship expecting to hear a sermon on an epic battle. To the surprise of many, the battle the pastor spoke of was not between David & Goliath but between the black community and the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
This week's webinar will cover why we use the VAN system to register voters and how mobile messaging can play an important role in reaching that goal.
NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program Director Jacqui Patterson gave remarks at the International Women and Earth Climate Summit.
The NAACP and its partner, Gilead Sciences, announced a joint Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitment to Action to enlist faith leaders as change agents to address the disparate impact of HIV/AIDS on the African American community.
Do you or someone you know work for a 501c3 dedicated to community improvement and/or development in communities of color? If so, apply now for the Urban Lift Program.
This week's webinar will cover how to use a free email client--allowing NAACP units to organize and message members in a more efficient and inexpensive way.
Check out the growth of the NAACP the last five years.
NAACP intern Anisha Ahuja explores the lesser known but growing economic challenges facing the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community.
Over the month of August, the NAACP Economic Department ran a blog series examining the economic status of African Americans 50 years after the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
50 years after the March on Washington, African Americans have experienced substantive civil rights gains but also have experienced major setbacks.