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The February Annual/Board Meeting is scheduled for February 16-18 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, 1535 Broadway, New York, New York.  Attached is a Preliminary Schedule of Meetings and instructions for securing Hotel Accommodations.  Please note that the deadline for securing hotel accommodations at the NAACP contracted rate is January 24, 2017 via the link provided  (https://aws.passkey.com/go/NAACP207.   
 
If you have questions, please contact Eris Sims of Events Planning, (410.580.5782) or the Board Office at 410.580.5781.
 
Look forward to seeing you in New York!
Roslyn M. Brock, Chairman

URGENT: Resolution in Opposition of Jeff Sessions
NAACP OPPOSES THE CONFIRMATION OF SENATOR JEFFERSON BEAUREGARD “JEFF” SESSIONS III TO SERVE AS  ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES AND URGES PRESIDENT ELECT TRUMP TO NOMINATE SOMEONE WITH A PROVEN AND ESTABLISHED RECORD OF PROMOTING AND ENFORCING LAWS WHICH PROTECT THE CIVIL RIGHTS, VOTING RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES OF ALL AMERICANS
Adopted by the NAACP Executive Committee of the  National Board of Directors December 20, 2016   <<Read More>>


Governor’s Message: Pennsylvania Has Your Back


PDE’s upcoming ESSA Public Tour Schedule>>  Kicks off Friday, December 2nd in Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania ESSA Accountability System>>


wolfWolf Administration Develops Safe Schools Response Plan In Wake of Intolerant, Racist Incidents>>


Powerpoint Presentation presented by
Brandon Flood [10-29-16] “Notable Legislation”

Click here to download


 

We Must Overcome Violence with Peaceful Exchange
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born suspect

NAACP’s groundbreaking report, Born Suspect, opens a renewed dialogue about racial profiling by law enforcement in America. This conversation includes a call to action for NAACP members to work toward ending this ineffective policing practice across the country.

The report includes an Anti-Racial Profiling Model Bill, sample End Racial Profiling Act (ERPA) letter to Congress, Principles for an Effective Civilian Review Board, Police Misconduct Incident Reporting Form and more. #BornSuspect is also a social media campaign that brings to light everyday racial profiling that occurs with people of color across the US. Share your story. Demand justice.  Read more


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