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Founded 1909, the NAACP is the nation's first and largest grassroots–based civil rights organization. Over 2,000 volunteer-run branches nationwide.
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Recap: NAACP National Call to Action Tele-Townhall
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Portraits of Power: , Executive Director, Dy uses her power to nurture future African American leaders. She’s also using her power to impress upon her social networks the importance of voting in the Nov. 6th elections.
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Kavanaugh's problems with the truth cast serious doubt on his denial of sexual assault. His false statements & misrepresentations at his hearings are precisely why called for Senate investigation.
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Check out article on voting rights, and much more. Millennials are leading the movement, there are a number of ways that you can encourage your friends to get out to the polls, here's how :
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Derrick Johnson 19h
Spoke with about the great energy we’ve seen so far from millennials. Understanding how decisions are made is key and voting is the way to impact public policy. At the we’ll always support young people taking part in activism.
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Derrick Johnson 19h
At the our job is to make democracy work. And ensure equity in the public and corporate space.
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6-9a ET #GetWoke⏰ #MIP🎙️ #GetWokeAndVote🗳️ Sep 20
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Leslie Proll Sep 19
Remember Trump will stop at nothing to confirm his “Get-Out-of-Jail-Free” Justice. His own future is directly tied to Kavanaugh’s. So he certainly won’t request FBI investigation that could prove his nominee committed sexual assault. Up to us to say NO.
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Tiffany Dena Loftin Sep 19
On tonights National Call the hosted over 2,700 leaders and activist across the country to take action, recruit volunteers and vote this midterm election. The power of 5 is in full effect.
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Derrick Johnson Sep 19
Thank you to everyone who joined us for 's tele-town hall this evening. We appreciate all of our members and volunteers who truly are the voices, eyes and ears of our communities. Let's make this campaign a success.
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NAACP Sep 19
A concerned caller asked about the issue of absentee ballots for out-of-sate university students. Listen to NAACAP President remarks:
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NAACP Sep 19
A caller asked about which candidates to vote for. Listen to and Aubrey Hooper's comments on the bipartisan nature of the NAACP.
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NAACP Sep 19
We are live! Shiela E. Isong on current efforts to increase voter turnout in the upcoming midterms:
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NAACP Sep 19
Why are these upcoming elections so important? Tiffany D. Loftin explains we must educate people as to why this election is important.
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NAACP Sep 19
Aubrey Hooper, Assistant Secretary, National Board of Directors speaks on the subject of recent shootings in Dallas.
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NAACP Sep 19
We are live! NAACP President Derrick Johnson explains the importance of getting more people to vote in these midterm elections. Get 5 people to the polls, Donate 5 minutes of your time for 5 days. Learn more
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NAACP Sep 19
Chikesia Clemons speaks of her recent experience with discrimination during waffle house incident.
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NAACP Sep 19
We are live! National Youth & College Director comments on the importance of the upcoming elections:
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NAACP Sep 19
Early in the 20th Century at least one Black person a day was hanged...this spurred the creation of the Niagara Movement and later the said while speaking on the horrors of the MAAFA
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NAACP Sep 19
The ’s discussing the impact of authors like James Baldwin, Assata Shakur & members of SNCC on his journey of awareness while a student at at the 24th annual MAAFA event in Brooklyn, NY
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