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112th NAACP Virtual National Convention

The 112th NAACP National Convention, held virtually from July 7-14, will discuss actions and solutions necessary to improve, protect, and change our communities.

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and a criminal justice system in need of reform, this year's convention sets the tone on how we move forward.

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ALWAYS FIGHTING FORWARD

Each year members briefly step away from the front lines of the fight for civil rights to reflect, learn from each other, and plot the path forward.

Join forums and workshops with leading policymakers, activists, and organizers to carve out your lane in the important work we have to do under a new presidential administration, growing demands for criminal justice reform, and the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Network with other members in your region. Engage with leadership. Brainstorm solutions to the Black community's most pressing issues.

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The 112th NAACP National Convention will be hosted virtually featuring social activists, industry leaders, and public servants discussing the actions and solutions necessary to improve, protect, and change our communities.

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