NAACP

Atlanta Branch

 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE

 

NAACP

Atlanta Branch

President

Rev. Dr. R.L. White, Jr.

 

1st Vice President

Dr. Marie Robinson- Metze

 

2nd Vice President

Lindral Rouse

 

3rd Vice President

Robert Johnson

 

Secretary

Brenda Bell

 

Treasurer

Rev. Darryl James

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Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights

organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated

workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to

fight for social justice for all Americans.

JONDELLE JOHNSON FREEDOM FUND GALA
SAVE THE DATE
DATE: Saturday, September 20, 2014
TIME: 7:00pm
PLACE: To Be Announced
Honorees:
Legacy Award Recipients
Mrs. Brenda Woods - WXIA News Anchor
Ms. Amanda Davis - Retired FOX5 Anchor
Mr. Dominique Wilkins - Vice President Atlanta Hawks
Humanitarian Award Recipients
Dr. David Kenney - Senior Pastor Christian Growth Cathedral
Mr. Chuck Smith - Retired Atlanta Falcons
Community Service Award Recipients
Barbie Palmer - Bank Of America Community Volunteers Network Chair
Sheriff Theodore "Ted" Jackson - Fulton County Sheriff Department Youth Intervention Program
Partner Of The Year Award Recipient
Rick Caffey, Jean Ross, Reggie Rouse - CBS Radio/V-103/WAOK  

Call NAACP Atlanta Branch Office For Tickets
404-524-0580



2014 ACT-SO COMPETITION WINNERS

Makeda Phillips
School: Benjamin E. Mays High School
Grade: 11th
Area Of Competition: Poetry

Morgan Wood
School: Maynard Jackson High School
Grade: 11th
Area Of Competition: Dance
 
ATLANTA PROJECT RESCUE

Organized by the NAACP Atlanta Branch, Atlanta Project Rescue is an initiative focused on educating and assisting the Atlanta community on the risks and dangers of domestic violence and black  on black crime. Atlanta Project Rescue has partnered with the Fulton County Sheriff's Department, the City of Atlanta Police Department and PADV (Partnership Against Domestic Violence). PADV is the largest non-profit

domestic violence organization in the state of Georgia.

 

To help support this effort, please make your donation by contacting the Atlanta Branch office at 404-524-0580.

 






 

OUR FIGHT FOR JUSTICE CONTINUES

Fighting For Social Justice

Political, Educational, Social and Economic Equality

Elimination of Racial Hatred and Racial Discrimination

NAACP Atlanta Branch

100 Edgewood Ave.

Suite 1080

Atlanta, Georgia 30303

404-524-0580