Standing Committees

ACT-SO - Carter Spruill

 

Armed Services & Veteran's Affairs - (Open)

 

Communications, Press & Publicity - Carter Spruill

 

Community Liaison - Rico Elmore

 

Criminal Justice - (Open)

 

Economic Development - Melvin Steals

 

Education - John Thomas

Finance - Cassandra Kirkland

 

Freedom Fund - (Open)

 

Fundraising - (Open)

 

Health - (Open)

 

Housing - (Open)

 

Labor & Industry - Robert Dean Jones

 

Legal Redress - William Braslawsce Esq.

 

Membership/Life Membership - Tami Scales

 

Political Action - Doreen Dickey

 

Prison Branch - (open)

 

Religious Affairs - (Open)

Scholarship - Dr. Pamela Rossi-Keen

 

WIN (Women in NAACP) - Tina Watts

 

Young & College/Youth Works - (Open)

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Put your expertise and skills to work on one of our committees!

Armed Services and Veteran Affairs

Works closely with agencies responsible for providing services to member of the Armed Forces and veterans to ensure programs are administered fairly and justly to the minority community.

Communications

Promotes positive images in the media and works to eliminate employment segregation in radio, television, and other areas of this industry.

Community Coordination

Enlist the support of other community organizations on issues affecting the interests of minority groups.

Economic Development

Works to preserve and expand economic empowerment through research, partnerships with public and private entities, and the promotion of business ownership and home ownership.

Education

Seeks to eliminate segregation and other discriminatory practices in public education.

Finance

Studies the financial needs of the Branch, conducts fundraising and is responsible for drafting an adequate annual budget.

Freedom Fund

Plans and conducts fundraising activities in conjunction with the Finance Committee.

Health

Works to promote, protect, and maintain the health of the community by advocating for equal access to health education, treatment, care, and research.

Housing

Studies housing conditions in the community and addresses complaints while opposing all restrictive housing practices.

Labor and Industry

Works to eliminate discriminatory employment practices with regard to wages, training, promotion and dismissals.

 

Legal Redress

Investigates all cases reported, supervises all litigation in which the Unit is interested, and serves as liaison to the National office.

Life Membership

Focuses solely on recruiting Life Members and sponsors a continuing program towards this goal

Membership

Works to maintain and increase membership by organizing membership campaigns, soliciting new members, and securing renewals.

Political Action

Works to increase the number of registered voters, seeks the repeal of racially discriminatory legislation and to improve the administration of justice.

Press and Publicity

Secures publicity for the work of the Unit and the Association and serves as liaison to The Crisis.

Religious Affairs

Works to give moral and ethical interpretation to civil rights initiatives and enlists the support of religious groups of all denominations.

Youth Work

Coordinates programs and serves as advisers and mentors for high school students and youth groups.