Economic Program Resources
The NAACP Economics Programs department's objective is to achieve racial economic equality by enhancing the economic capacity of African Americans and other underserved groups. Below is a list of resources available to assist you in effectively managing personal finances and credit in today's economic environment.
Economic Programs Newsletter: The Angle
"The Angle" highlights the current work of the Economic Programs Department
Partnership- Learn more about the National Economic Department’s partnership with Dunkin Brands.
Education- Learn more about franchising as a business model and its potential in African American communities
Resources- For assistance with your next steps in Franchising please see the following resources
Click on the link for a list of resources and our partners in our work to bridge the racial wealth divide and to empower our communities.
The NAACP JobFinder connects members with reputable companies searching for professional and qualified employees. Visit often and use the JobFinder tools to help define your next career move.
The NAACP Economic Programs department release several reports annually which highlights the pressing economic issues affecting the African American community as well as recommendations on how to address these economic issues.
The department provides economic education resources, including curriculums, presentations, fact sheets, toolkits and resource guides which are a great training tool to share with and distribute to your communities.
Powerpoint presentations on a range of economic issues affecting the African American and other underserved communities are available here.
The NAACP has established partnerships with reputable organizations nationwide to provide financial services and education in your local community. We encourage you to work with these organizations to build economic empowerment in your community.
21 NAACP units across the country are trained to provide financial education at the state and local level
The NAACP Economic Programs department also has a blog on Tumblr which highlights our work and events.