The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was founded in 1909, the NAACP
is the nation's oldest and largest civil
rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom,
of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the
NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans.
The 2015 Martin Luther King, Jr. March and Program
Welcome to NAACP Springfield Branch #4081
Our monthly meetings are held
the Third Saturday of every Month.
The meetings are located in the
Midtown Carnegie Library
397 E. Central Street
Springfield MO 65803
Next Meeting: August 15, 2015
General Meeting starts at 1:30pm
Contact us: 417-873-6386 | ALL ARE WELCOME
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On the anniversary of Michael
Brown’s death it is
obvious we still have failed to adequately address the issues of systemic racism,
inclusiveness, effective communication, and pervasive poverty in our nation. Let us continue to be vigilant in seeking justice for our fallen who have died by senseless hate crimes as in Charleston, S.C. and the deaths of people of color either while in custody of local police departments across our nation or the killing of unarmed citizens by police. We must remain united and focused to hold accountable the rampant violence that is occurring in our nation. WE MUST PARTICIPATE IN OUR COMMUNITY.
THE SPRINGFIELD NAACP IS SEEKING YOUTH TO PARTICIPATE IN OUR YOUTH CHAPTER. WE SEEK TO EMPOWER OUR YOUTH TO EXCEL IN ACADEMICS AND EDUCATE ON OUR HISTORY AND CURRENT CIVIC EVENTS. OUR MEETING WILL BE HELD
SEPTEMBER 12 AT 3:00 AT THE MIDTOWN LIBRARY. CALL THE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.