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NAACP Launches Census Participation Program

Join us on the NAACP’s Yes We Count Census web page, where you can get involved, take our online pledge and sign up for our Census mobile network. Read More »

NAACP Releases Civil Rights Federal Legislative Scorecard

The NAACP has graded the U.S. Congress on the “bread and butter” civil rights agenda since 1914. On Wednesday, February 3 we released our annual Congressional Legislative Report Card, an evaluation of the voting records of Congressional members on NAACP agenda issues.  Read More »

Do You Know an Unsung Hero of Black History?

The world-changing advances made by African Americans in the past century were neither pre-ordained nor inevitable. They are the product of thousands of individuals who changed the world with small decisions every day. Maybe your mother marched, or your uncle sat in at a lunch counter. Perhaps your neighbor is pioneering a field of study, or your brother volunteers with at-risk youth. Read More »

NAACP Leads Martin Luther King Day Rally at South Carolina Capitol

Thousands gathered Monday, January 18 at the State House in Columbia, South Carolina, to commemorate the Martin Luther King holiday. “King Day at the Dome,” an event hosted each year by the South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, began in 2000 to protest the Confederate flag that still flies flies in front of the State House dome. With Video Read More »

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