Take a Stand For Freedom In Your Community
The target of these attacks: Black voters, Latino voters, Asian American Voters, Native American Voters, students and young people, seniors, working women, and immigrants – the voting demographics most likely to support issues like workers rights, equal opportunity, women's rights, LBGT rights, environmental protection, and peace.
In response to this coordinated attempt at voter suppression, NAACP units and supporters across the country are unified under the Stand For Freedom campaign. On December 10 – the United Nations’ Human Rights Day – the NAACP will lead a coalition of more than 100 ethnic, community and faith organizations in a rally in New York City for voting rights. In solidarity with the New York rally, NAACP units nationwide will encourage their community to mobilize around voting rights, and will organize events across in support of voter rights.
To help units in their efforts to support Stand For Freedom and voting rights, we have compiled resources to help you and your units organize locally. Visit our Stand for Freedom Resources page to download campaign resources.