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Miami-Dade NAACP Branch | P. O. Box 54315 | Opa Locka, FL 33054
swillis@miami-dadenaacp.org


Miami-Dade NAACP Branch Meeting
Monday Mar 6, 2015 7pm
New Way Baptist Church 16800 Northwest 22nd Avenue Miami Gardens, FL 33056.


Miami-Dade NAACP ACT-SO 37th ANNUAL ACADEMIC COMPETITION

Community Update on “The Schoolhouse to Jailhouse Pipeline”

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT VOTING from FL

NAACP MIAMI-DADE BRANCH ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC MOU
WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


HealthCare.gov

The South Florida experience from a black perspective

Scholarships For Black Students

NAACP

 

 


Exactly 106 years ago, a courageous group of multiracial activists came together for a very special purpose: to eliminate social, educational, political, and economic inequality in America. They came together on this day to form the NAACP.

When they joined hands, they made African American history—American history.

And in over a century, our mission to secure justice and equality has never wavered.

Watch this video to see how the civil rights movement has endured through the generations.

Watch the video: Happy Founders Day!


Every February, we take time to celebrate the incredible contributions the black community has made to the history of our nation. We honor the struggles we've had to endure.

Then and now, progress comes when we join together to fight. Whether we're marching hand in hand, debating face to face, or calling millions to action online, the power of this movement lies within you, and every fellow American who fights for justice and equality, however they can.

Thank you for standing with us—and with each other—as we continue to push this country forward and ensure a more just and equal society for all.

Take a moment to watch this video—we're not just celebrating the founding of this organization, we're celebrating the work of generations of activists like you:

http://action.naacp.org/106-Years


Onward,

Cornell William Brooks
President and CEO
NAACP

 


Message From President Adora Obi Nweze

Adora Obi Nweze President Miami Dade NAACP
Welcome

On behalf of the Miami-Dade County Branch of the NAACP, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our website. We are proud to uphold the standards and principles of the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization through an unrelenting focus on empowering our community through civic engagement, voter mobilization, and business and economic.

Our programs also are geared toward helping our community’s youth chart a more prosperous future through activities that encourage academic achievement and social responsibility. We also join our national organization in the fight against racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare, and we remain committed to the fight for equality and fairness in our criminal justice system.

The Miami-Dade County Branch of the NAACP stands ready to support members of our community in their struggle for equal and fair treatment under the law, and we welcome the input and support of individuals who share our vision. I invite you to browse our website, learn more about our branch and become an active member. Together, we are stronger than we can ever be alone.

Sincerely,

Adora Obi Nweze, President
Miami-Dade Branch NAACP/Florida State Conference NAACP

Member, NAACP National Board of Directors
Chair, National NAACP ACT-SO Committee



Miami-Dade NAACP Branch | P. O. Box 54315 | Opa Locka, FL 33055 | swillis@miami-dadenaacp.org