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Working in Your Region

NAACP state conferences, branches, college chapters, and youth councils are divided into seven regions across the U.S. 

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The fight for justice and equality needs you. Join the nation's most active civil rights network to strengthen our collective voice across the U.S.

Boots on the ground

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In Cleveland

Activists are creating opportunities for local Black businesses through A Taste of Black Cleveland: Food Tasting 3.0. Through a partnership with Aramark and the Cleveland Cavaliers, winners of the annual competition had the opportunity to serve as a featured partner chef in Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse (formerly Quicken Loans Arena).

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In Mississippi

For more than a year, the Mississippi NAACP and One Voice have partnered to keep Mississippians informed through an online broadcast - primarily streamed on Facebook and Youtube. Mississippi Speaks is a community conversation series where local leaders discuss the needs and issues that matter most to Mississippians. 

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In Baltimore

During the COVID-19 pandemic, members in Baltimore focused on coronavirus eduction and equity for their community, which was disproportionately impacted. Through regular communication and events, their voice and advocacy has been critical in educating and empowering their community to stay safe and healthy.

Where we are

Regions and state conferences offer coordination of support and resources across the U.S. that are necessary to unify our community and sustain and amplify our efforts.

The NAACP is a powerful voice in my community. As one of the most segregated cities in America, we know that we must have a watch dog fighting to insure the Black community gets its fair share and doesn't suffer unnecessary harm in education, health, safety, economic conditions, and many other areas. 

- Danielle S., NAACP Cleveland President