NAACP Launches Website Ahead of 2020 Virtual March on Washington

Enter the Virtual Competition by Submitting Your Video Performance of "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing" by August 21, 2020

Apply for a Paycheck Protection Program Loan Through NAACP and Diversity Capital

Stay Updated on Week One of the Virtual 111th NAACP National Convention

DeVos Sued by Public School Parents, NAACP, and School Districts to Block Illegal Rule That Diverts Critical COVID-19 Aid from Public Schools to Private Schools

The March on Washington was a collaborative effort amongst major civil rights groups and icons. Learn more about its history.

NAACP to Host Virtual Town Hall Featuring Senator Mitt Romney

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NAACP Mourns the Death of Civil Rights Icon, Congressman John Lewis

NAACP and CBS Strike Multi-Year Partnership Agreement To Create Content For Broadcast, Cable and Streaming

Voters and Civil Rights Organizations Take Legal Action Challenging Trump Campaign’s Voter Suppression Efforts in Pennsylvania

NAACP Opposes Nomination of Mark Burkhalter For Ambassadorship, Urges Immediate Withdrawal

Statement from Stop Hate For Profit on Meeting with Facebook


The 2020 Virtual March on Washington, taking place August 27-28, 2020 on the 57th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, will be a one of a kind event driving the movement from protest to policy to power. Sign up for alerts.


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