November 29, 2018
Membership Newsletter
Get the most out of your membership: Your Voice , Your Vote , Your Engagement Matters!
This Saturday!
Rev William Barber is reviving Dr King's Poor People's Campaign. If you're not already signed up for our Health & Housing Symposium, this would be a good thing to attend. Our own President Branch will be part of the program!
NAACP San Diego Branch Annual Meeting
December General Membership Meeting / Annual Meeting
Join us on December 6th. 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.

This month, we will celebrate the Branch's accomplishments over the last year, and look toward the future. Our current Officers and Executive Committee Members will give their annual reports. The Officers and Executive Committee Members elected at our Biennial Election in November begin their terms on January 1st.

6pm, December 6th, 2018
Jacobs Center Community Room
404 Euclid Avenue

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Chow Down and College Up!
ACT-SO Visits the HBCU Expo

There is an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Expo happening at the Jacobs Center on January 19th, from 2-6pm. Join the ACT-SO crew for (free) lunch, then head on over to the Expo and see what these historic educational...

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Worship With Bethel AME
NAACP Worships with Bethel AME

As part of Bethel AME's "We Welcome You" Program, the members of the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church graciously invited the membership of the NAACP San Diego Branch to worship with them on Sunday, Dec. 16th at 9:30 am. Bethel would like ...

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Don't Forget: Housing is a Health Issue
"SOLD" OUT!
We are both happy and sad to report that our Symposium is full, and we can no longer accept additional attendees.
Housing is a Health Issue

If you've registered for our "Housing is a Health Issue" Symposium, don't forget to come out to the Malcolm X Library at 9:30am on Saturday, December 1st, for a great day of give and take among knowledgeable, passionate people.

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SB-10 "Bail Reform" Under Question
Will Bail Continue in California?

Introduction Earlier this year, the California Legislature passed SB-10, a bill that will, beginning in October of 2019, eliminate cash bail in favor of a system purporting to detain people according to their risk of re-offense or fleeing from...

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NAACP Helps Install Free Solar
NAACP Volunteers Help Install Free Solar System

Dr André Branch and representatives from SunRun and GRID Alternatives on the job site.Dr Branch with NAACP San Diego volunteers and others.NAACP Volunteer Barbara Binns and others with a solar panel that would soon be harvesting the sun's...

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We Need a Disparity Study in San Diego
We Urge Mayor Faulconer to Fund a Disparity Study

The following letter was sent on November 20th, 2019, to the Mayor of the City of San Diego:

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Member Voices!
Why I'm Here

by Steve Dorner, member since 2016 I grew up in a lily-white suburb of Chicago. Of the over one thousand students in my high school, three were African-American. Until two years ago, I had exactly one black friend, and not a particularly close...

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Environmental & Climate Justice
NAACP | Environmental & Climate Justice

Environmental injustice, including the proliferation of climate change, has a disproportionate impact on communities of color and low income communities in the United States and around the world. The NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice...

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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!
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Experiencing Discrimination?
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!