Volume 9 | February 28th, 2018
Membership Newsletter
Civil Rights Sentry for a Century
Vigilant since 1919
President Honoré Interviewed on KUSI
Watch: President Honoré Interviewed on KUSI

Watch: President Honoré Interviewed on KUSI

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March 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, March 7th, 2019
Jacobs Center Community Room
404 Euclid Avenue

Facebook user? RSVP here .

Checkout the agenda here ; the reports will appear in the same place later in the week.
Mentors and Judges Needed!
ACT-SO Needs Adults to Help!
Our High School kids need mentors and judges for our Showcase in April! PLEASE lend them your expertise! It is so rewarding to see young African-Americans excel!

Union Tribune Compares Baldwin and Morrison to Jussie Smollett
Regarding Mr Baldwin, Ms Morrison and ... Mr Smollett?

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Want to Help Throw a Great Party
AND Raise Money for Civil Rights?
USS Somerset Does Black History Month Right
Watch: President Honoré Addresses the USS Somerset

https://youtu.be/StSW60NV16Y President Honoré Addresses the Somerset On February 13th, NAACP San Diego Branch President Clovis Honoré was invited to address the officers and men of the USS Somerset, an "amphibious transport dock" of the US Navy....

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NSBE Conference Coming to San Dieg
NSBE - Professional Development Conference -...

The NSBE Professional Development Conference (PDC) is designed to create a learning environment for attendees. Participants can expect to gain valuable development and career access information to elevate their careers. Sessions are designed to...

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Black History Month Ignored by SD Unified
SD Unified Neglects Black History Month

Your Branch delivered this letter to the SD Unified School Board Members on February 26th.

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San Diego and North County
Team Up for Training
Executive Committee Members Join Training with North...

On February 23rd some of the newest members of the NAACP executive committee had the opportunity to attend a leadership training that was coordinated by the North San Diego branch and facilitated by a state and regional NAACP leader. During this...

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Call to Attend Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee
The Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee's area of responsibility includes police, fire, neighborhood parks, recreation programs, youth services, senior services, maintenance assessment districts, community development block grants, code enforcement, graffiti abatement, lifeguards, veteran's services, libraries, homeless services, consumer protection, homeland security, volunteerism, special event permits, emergency medical services, gang prevention and intervention and citizens review board on police practices.

Agendas and Actions for Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee

Monica Montgomery (Chair), Barbara Bry (Vice Chair), Chris Cate and Vivian Moreno

One to two Wednesdays per month at 9 a.m.
View the  Legislative Calendar for specific dates.

City Council Committee Room, 12th Floor, City Administration Building

Chloe Triplett
Public Safety & Livable Neighborhoods Committee Consultant

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Solar and Environmental Justice
#BlackHistoryMonth Solar Leaders

By Adam Browning In honor of Black History Month, we're celebrating African American leaders and success stories in the fight to increase access to healthy, affordable, job-creating solar power, starting with the NAACP's leadership on climate...

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Your NAACP Membership Card
Know Your Membership

Be a Card Carrying Member of the San Diego NAACP We are only as strong as our membership. No people, no organization. Your NAACP Membership Card contains some key information: If your says "RECEIPT" in red, it means you only have your receipt...

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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!