NAACP Appalled at Hostile Characterization of Peaceful Protest as "Race and Violence" in Upcoming Presidential Debate

NAACP Condemns Trump Nomination to Supreme Court as Illegitimate and a Fundamental Abuse of Power

Judge Rules That Census Must Not be Rushed; Victory for Civil Rights Groups, Civic Organizations, and Local Governments

NAACP to Host Conversation with Vice Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris

Civil Rights Leaders Issue Statement on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy and the Supreme Court’s Critical Role in Protecting Civil Rights

NAACP Denounces Decision to Indict One Police Officer in Connection to the Murder of Breonna Taylor

Oprah Winfrey, NAACP and National Voting Rights Leaders Join Together for National Town Hall: “OWN Your Vote: Our Lives Depend on It”

NAACP Devastated by Passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

NAACP Launches “Power of 5 – Community Voter Outreach Program” For National Black Voter Day and National Voter Registration Day

Minnesota Will Mail Absentee Ballot Applications to Registered Voters Due to COVID-19

AFSCME, NAACP launch historic partnership to mobilize Black voters

TAKE ACTION: Join NAACP in the Fight to Restore Reliable Mail Delivery Ahead of November Elections


Action Alert: Call your Senators TODAY at 202-224-3121, and urge them to HOLD the Supreme Court seat open. The Senate must wait until a new President is sworn in. Contact your Senators now.


Business as usual is costing Black Americans their lives. The NAACP has started a social movement and we need your voice to make one thing clear: We Are Done Dying. Join us, as we urge Congress to take every measure in ensuring we protect Black lives. Take action now.