Graduates are continuing in a long line of historical success and achievements -- and what better way to honor the graduate in your life than with the gift of membership to the NAACP.
A.C.T. is an acronym for Advocacy, Community Mobilization & Education, and Training. It is a call to action, from NAACP’s health department, for members to galvanize around health issues and act to change the outcome.
The Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP and entertainment stars kicked off the "Stop the Bullying" campaign aimed at curbing bullying in local schools.
VSU Press & Publicity Chair, Valencia Williams shares what the VSU NAACP College Chapter has planned for the 2011-2012 School Year.
During your college or universities’ fall semester move-in days, your chapter will form a “Welcome Team” of at least five chapter members to provide information about your chapter to encourage membership in the NAACP and to register voters. The “Move-In Movement” should be visible in high traffic areas around the campus, dormitories, cafeterias, the library, and any other highly populated area where students are available. Activities should occur during as many move-in days as possible.
Hi my name is Creyona Baldwin, I am 18 years old and from Toledo, Ohio. I will be attending Xavier University of Louisiana in the fall. This summer I had the opportunity to intern with the NAACP Youth & College Division. My experience with the NAACP was a great experience. Before this summer I barely knew what the NAACP was about or what they did. Through my experience I’ve learned about the associations structure and how the NAACP operates. My experience inspired me so much that I became a member. As an incoming freshman I look forward to affiliating with the college chapter at Xavier.
This year, at the NAACP 102nd Annual Convention, the Criminal Justice Department will host a workshop for the NAACP Youth and College Division titled, “Stop the Violence, Start the Love: Addressing Youth Incarceration and Public Safety.” The workshop will bring together expert panelists who will lead a discussion about the role that youth activists can play in helping implement strategies that decrease our reliance on incarceration, increase public safety, and help heal communities of color that are most impacted by crime, violence, and mass incarceration.
NAACPConnect is the social networking hub for all of the youth and young adults in the NAACP to interact! This is the place for the brightest and best African-Americans to showcase their talents, share best practices, ignite social change and build the best future possible.
The California-Hawaii Youth Leadership Team sends a warm welcome to Youth & College Members as they ramp up for the 102nd Convention and the Youth & College Divisions' 75th Anniversary!
On Wednesday, June 8, 2011, NAACP activist Clara Luper passed away at her home in Oklahoma, she was 88. Mrs. Luper was a school educator that served as Advisor to the NAACP Oklahoma City Youth Council for over 50 years.
Gateway to Leadership: National Youth and College Director talks with young financiers on Leadership
Stefanie Brown, National Director of the Youth & College Division spoke with young people about youth leadership and civil rights at the "Gateway to Leadership" Internship Retreat, June 3rd 2011.
The NAACP and Howard University Law School's Institute for Intellectual Property and Social Justice teamed up with Google To discuss "Civil Rights, The Internet and Entrepreneurship" A Panel Discussion on Entrepreneurship in the African American Community. This panel discussion was held on Capitol Hill with representation from the Music, Fashion and Blogging industries.
On April 30, 2011, the Yale University Debate team made the 6-hour trek to Washington DC to take on the Howard University Debate Team in the 3rd Annual "Great Debate".
In honor of Women’s History Month and our 75th Anniversary, we celebrate the accomplishments of women leaders who were trailblazers in the NAACP Youth & College Division and young women today who continue to carry the torch of civil rights activism. These mothers and daughters of the Youth & College Division have broken racial, gender and age barriers and are deserving of both recognition and emulation for the work they accomplished over the years. During the next few weeks, the Youth & College Division will present information on seven dynamic women who represent the past and future youth activism of the NAACP.
On March 23, 2011, the NAACP's New Media department had the chance to conduct a "Twitterview" with Stefanie Brown, NAACP Youth & College Director & National Field Director. Find out what (along with a promise of pizza) got her involved in the NAACP, the function of its Youth & College Division, and the benefits of being a part of the NAACP family.