Support of Reparations Research, Policy Development, Programs and Litigation
The Convention re-affirm the previous policy of the NAACP adopted in 1997 on Reparations H.R. 40 for African Americans.
Reaffirming Reparations H.R. 40
NAACP officers and members be encouraged to work with and join groups dedicated to realizing reparations for African Americans such as the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (NCOBRA) which is based in Washington, DC, with chapters throughout North America, the Caribbean and West Africa (including participating in activities such as circulating petitions in support of H.R. 40; participating in lobbying days on Capitol Hill; in appeals to the United Nations; and in fundraising efforts, etc.), and shall be granted all voting rights in branch matters except those as prescribed in branch elections, Article V.
Support of Full Home Rule to the Citizens of the District of Columbia
The Convention re-affirm the previous policy of the NAACP adopted in 1978 on House Joint Resolution 554.
Health as a Standing Committee in the Constitution for Youth Councils
Amendment to Article V regarding health as a standing committee in the constitution for youth councils.
Health as a Standing Committee in the Constitution for College Chapters
Amendment to Article V regarding health as a standing committee in the constitution for college chapters.
Health as a Standing Committee in the Constitution and By-Laws for Branches
Amendment to Article IV regarding health as a standing committee in the constitution and by-laws for branches.
Amending Article II, Section 3 of the Constitution and By-Laws for Branches (White Book)
Amending article II to change the existing rule that within thirty (30) days of receipt of notification by the branch, a member is considered to be a member of the Branch.
Amending Article III, Section 1 of the White Book - Create Position of Assistant Secretary
Amendment to Article III regarding the Assistant Secretary and their duties.
Amending Article III, Section 2(b) - Change Chairmen to Chairpersons (White Book)
Amending Article II to change the title chairmanto chairperson and the title chairmen shall be changed to chairpersons in each and every place where these titles appear in the Constitution and By-Laws for Branches of the NAACP.
Amending Article IV, Section 4 - Economic Development as a Standing Committee (White Book)
Amendment to Article IV regarding Economic Development as a Standing Committee
Reaffirming House Joint Resolution 554
The NAACP ask its members to urge their Senators to insure that H. J. Res. 554 be considered by the full Senate, before the end of the 95th Congress and, then, to vote in favor of H. J. Res. 554
Economic Sanctions for South Carolina
The National NAACP shall apply these economic sanctions against the state of South Carolina as well as any further measures as appropriate, commencing January 1, 2000, until such time that the Confederate Battle Flag is no longer displayed in positions of sovereignty in the state of South Carolina.