Blog — Economic Opportunity
NAACP acknowledges the government agencies' strides in economic justice.
Earlier this month, Senior Director of Economic Department, Dedrick Muhammad and NAACP Alaska Oregon and Washington Area State Conference (AOWASC) leadership held a press conference in Seattle, Washington to respond to findings that the Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) failed to address racial discrimination.
Financial experts talk all the time about the importance of wealth, but remember that amassing wealth doesn't happen all at once.
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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.
The NAACP Economic Department is proud to announce the winners of the 1st annual NAACP Financial Freedom Month Contest! The contest advances the NAACP’s mission to promote equal economic opportunity through organizing and activism.
Keep updated on this week's social media campaign via Facebook and Twitter highlighting the diverse faces and organizing on the hot topic of immigration reform.
The NAACP Economic Department brought financial empowerment to the 104th NAACP Annual Convention last week in Orlando, Florida.
The NAACP Economic Department welcomes NAACP state conference leaders from across the country to its annual Train the Trainers.
Last week, Dunbar High School students participated in an economic empowerment day at the NAACP Economic Department’s Financial Freedom Center in Washington DC.
Voting rights; the democracy initiative; better election processes and the African American caucus were on the agenda for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People at this year's #NN13. And we were excited to support our partners working to pass immigration reform
On June 12, 2013 -- the the 50th anniversary of civil rights icon Medgar Evers’ death -- over 40 students, graduates, and faculty from Medgar Evers College visited the Thurgood Marshall Center in Washington, DC -- home of the NAACP Financial Freedom Center.
Moral Mondays draws its largest crowd yet 151 people were arrested at the North Carolina General Assembly Monday, June 3rd. An estimated 1,600 people attended in support of the protest.