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NEXT OFFICER NAACP MEETING
This month's meeting is postponed until further notice due to COVID-19 concerns; new dates will be posted ASAP.
NEXT PUBLIC GENERAL BODY NAACP MEETING
June 27, 2020
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Zoom ID: 491 887 4495
2020 Virtual March on Washington
Join the NAACP's 57th Anniversary of the March on Washington
Thursday August 27th 8-10 p.m.: virtual programming on tv/social media
Friday August 28th 11 a.m.-3 p.m.: virtual march
Friday August 28th 9-11 p.m.: virtual programming conclusion
Join the NAACP, civil rights leaders, activists, and families of those who've passed at the hands of law enforcement! The 2020 Virtual March on Washington is about asking everyone — from protesters in the streets to elected officials at all levels of government — to commit to pursuing a new agenda that prioritizes equity, justice, and equal opportunity for all.
Millions of voters in Wisconsin are challenged with deciding their health or their constitutional right to vote. As you may know America has been put on a stay-at-home order, and fifteen states have moved their upcoming elections because of COVID-19.
Please stay up-to-date with your state's primary and general voting information.
Get California's voting information here...
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A Message from Branch #1034 as of June 21st, 2020
In the wake of George Floyd's death and the nationwide protests
against racial injustice and police brutality, we are living in a
moment unlike any we have seen in decades. But our work should not
stop with protests or commentary – it is important to continue the
momentum to permanently dismantle systemic racism in our society.
During these tumultuous times, you may be wondering how you might make
a positive difference on these issues in your community.
Since 1909 the National Association for the Advancement of Colored
People (NAACP) have stood on the forefront of the battle for equal
justice, equal opportunity, and the political equality of all our
The NAACP Branch 1034 of Lake Elsinore/Southwest Riverside County is
partnering with local Businesses, Mayors, Police Departments and Schools
to TAKE ACTION to defend our civil and human rights.
Your support will also bolster the NAACP’s six strategic game changers
of Economic Sustainability, Education, Health, Public Safety and
Criminal Justice, Voting Rights and Political Representation, and
Youth and Young Adult Engagement.
The time to become involved in NOW!.
We are stronger with more members as "many hands make a heavy load lighter".
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
A Message from our President
I am Pastor Willie J. Oliver, II, and I have the honor and pleasure of serving the community as President Of NAACP Branch 1034. Our branch is designed to uphold the mission of the NAACP, which is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.
As NAACP Branch 1034, we need the help of the community to achieve change and success. Together we can achieve the 6 Game Changers needed to make a difference:
1. Economic Sustainability, 2. Education, 3. Health, 4. Public Safety and Criminal Justice, 5. Voting Rights and Political Representation, 6. Expanding Youth and Young Adult Engagement.
The change that we want to see must first begin us. Together we can achieve what we are focused on. So let us fight, work, and succeed side by side because “Many Hands Makes A Heavy Load Light.”