Volume 8 | January 31, 2019
Membership Newsletter
NAACP San Diego Branch: Civil Rights Sentry for a Century
Leaders Needed!
Service Opportunities

in the NAACP San Diego Branch Executive Committee The NAACP San Diego Branch, founded in 1919 and dedicated to the Civil Rights of all persons and eliminating race-based discrimination, is looking for leaders who would like to serve their...

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February General Membership Meeting
February General Membership Meeting
Join us on the first Thursday of the month! Give your opinion in person, and make connections with your fellow members. Coming to a meeting is the best way to start to get engaged and make a difference!

6pm, February 7th, 2018
Jacobs Center Room #389
404 Euclid Avenue

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ACT-SO Signups So Far

ACT-SO is off to a strong start in 2019. We have many students signed up to compete in lots of categories, along with a strong group of mentors and judges. See for yourself: Of course we know that students will change their minds and trim down...

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ACT-SO Wants MORE Students!
February is Black History Month!
Scholarships Available; Apply NOW!
Community Scholarship Program

The San Diego Foundation Community Scholarship program provides scholarship opportunities for local students to help pursue their educational goals and achieve their higher education dreams. Access the Common Scholarship Application The 2019-2020 ...

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Economic Development Item
Continued Engagement with the City of San Diego

Your branch has continued to engage the City of San Diego in an effort to land more contracts for firms of color, and more jobs for people of color. Our delegation, led most ably by Vice President Francine Maxwell and Assistant Treasurer Wanda...

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The Power of Women In the NAACP
Our Visit to Bethel AME
NAACP Visits Bethel AME

NAACP Visits Bethel AME Bethel AME Church very graciously featured the NAACP San Diego Branch at their service on December 16, 2018. We recently received permission to post the program from that service, which was lovely!...

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Tell the NAACP What You Think

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.

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Member-Owned Business Directory
Buy Local, Buy Small, Buy NAACP
Use your dollars to support small local businesses owned by your fellow NAACP members. We have enough economic power to make the difference to these businesses; use it!
Experiencing Discrimination?
Your branch is here to help. If you have experienced discrimination, the very best way to get started is to fill out a Discrimination Complaint . It will get us all the basic facts we need to determine whether we can help you directly or need to refer you to other resources.
Keep Up with the Branch
What's been happening?
Visit our News page for full information on what your branch has been doing.
Peer into the future!
Visit our new calendar to learn about what the branch is planning. Notices of select community and governmental events are also included.
Talk to Us!
Need to renew your membership? Moved? Changed your phone number? Please contact secretary@sandiegonaacp.org and we'll get it straightened around!
If you have a comment, suggestion, or question for your branch, it's easier than ever to get our attention. Just email info@sandiegonaacp.org ; a human will respond, generally within 24 hours. Or hit us up on Facebook!