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Your Local NAACP Branch #2162

Your local NAACP is building new relationships!

  • Successful collaborations resulting in voter registration and census drives

  • Community outreach

  • Providing notifications about COVID-19 and 2020 Census

  • Handing out masks, gloves, and food

  • Voting registration and awareness efforts

  • Cares about your health - we offer several health programs throughout the year

Your New York State Conference NAACP

  • Continued work with Governor Cuomo to craft NYS Police Reform & Reinvention Collaborative Executive Order #203

  • Worked for the successful repeal of 50A-A repeal of 50-a for much-needed transparency on police misconduct and discipline in New York State, and help address the systemic lack of accountability for officers who engage in misconduct. The support of legislation to repeal 50-a is included in the New York State 2020 Legislative Agenda

  • Education Initiatives for funding schools continues

Your National NAACP

  • Federal Advocacy

  • Voting Rights Cases

    • *NAACP sued the U.S. Postal Service to restore prompt and reliable mail delivery, and to ensure that mail-in ballots are accorded priority status.​

    • The NAACP in Georgia moved to intervene in a lawsuit that would disenfranchise Black voters.

    • The NAACP in Georgia helped prevent the purge of more than 14,000 voters just before the election

    • AND MORE

  • Paycheck Protection Program:

    • Paycheck Protection Program now extended through August 8, 2020

  • Renewed the demand to remove Confederate flag with Mississippi State-PASSED

  • Long intentional, determined Legal History

  • The President's Task Force On  21st Century Policing. May, 2015
    With many community groups working together:  This final report lays the foundation for us : Building trust & legitimacy, Technology & Social Media, Community Policing & Crime Reduction, Training & Education, Officer Wellness & Safety.

  • Brown v. Board of Education 1954 of Topeka, Kansas. In this landmark decision, the Supreme Court held that segregation in public education violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.

  • During the mid-1940s, in Smith v. Allwright, Marshall successfully challenged “white primaries,” which prevented African Americans from voting in several southern states.

  • Murray v. Maryland, (1936) which resulted in the desegregation of the University of Maryland’s Law School
    Gaines v. Canada, in which the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the admission of a black student to the Law School at the University of Missouri (1938).

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