Reflect on Twenty20 In Black

A public health crisis, a national reckoning on racism, and a pivotal election - and at the center of it all, the Black experience. This powerful visual time capsule sharpens vivid memories of a year unlike any other.

First 100 Days

As the nation calls for an end to structural disparities, we've locked down our Black America policy recommendations for the Biden administration.
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Empowering Black-owned Businesses

Amid a pandemic that has sent our economy into free fall, Black-owned businesses need more access to capital and funding than ever before. And, so, we’re doing just that.
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Discussions about the safety, effectiveness, and trustworthiness of vaccines are front and center. Learn more about the Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines.



An end to the horrors of police brutality and a criminal justice system that fails to properly hold law enforcement officials accountable is long overdue.

Join us in a call to end qualified immunity and collect data on police encounters that will provide transparency and safety for our communities.


Lawsuit Against Trump Inciting Capitol Riot

Derrick Johnson, the President and CEO of the NAACP, spoke with NBC’s Joshua Johnson about the lawsuit his organization filed this week, along with Mississippi Congressman Bennie Thompson, against former President Donald Trump.

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Wear Your Support

Go the extra mile and wear your support for the NAACP by purchasing a shirt, face mask, button, or sticker from the NAACP store.

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Stand Up For Equality

Today and every day, the NAACP is at the forefront of the movement to build political power and ensure the wellbeing of Black communities.

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Thank you for standing up for our rights and fighting injustice and discrimination.
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Media Inquiries

If you are a member of the media and are seeking opportunities to speak with experts at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), please visit our Media Inquiries page for more information.


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