Founded in 1955

NAACP DeKalb

The 2020 vision of NAACP DeKalb is to EDUCATE the public on matters that impact them; EQUIP them with the necessary resources; and EMPOWER them to use this information to grow stronger.

Join us in the fight for freedom

2022 MLK Parade was VIRTUAL

Remember and strive to be like the drum major for justice.

Dr. Akinyele Umoja To Keynote

Dr. Akinyele Umoja is the Chair of the African American Studies Program at Georgia State University.  He has taught in the Atlanta Public School system, Atlanta Metropolitan College, and  the History Department of Clark Atlanta University. 

National Voter Registration

Volunteers needed for this event. 
To Volunteer call 404-241-8006 or email info@naacpDekalb.org

NAACP DeKalb Affirmation: Yesterday, enslavement. Today, liberty. With all my might and the grace of God, I shall fight to be forever free

“To Control a people you must first control What they THINK about Themselves and HOW they Regard their HISTORY and CULTURE. And when your conqueror makes you ASHAMED of your culture and your history, he needs No prison walls and no chains to HOLD you.” John Henrik Clarke #365Black
NAACP DeKalb Documentary THE JOURNEY - from Remembrance to Reconciliation

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Saturday,
January 22, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.

We are going virtual for the general membership meeting on Saturday.   Meeting starts at 10:00 a.m.
Join via Zoom Meeting ID: 890 6900 0017 +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
General Membership meetings are the 4th Saturday of the month at 10:00 a.m.  Executive Committee meetings are the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. (unless notified of a change in meeting times)

When We Fight, We Win.

COVID19 slowed us down but it did not stop us. NAACP DeKalb has installed three memorial markers in Dekalb County One in front of the DeKalb County Courthouse; One in William Perry Park , Lithonia; and the last marker at the corner of Ponce de Leon and Oakdale Ave. in Remembrance of the lynching and racial terror against Black people in the county.

Community News

NAACP

Our mission has been clear since our founding in 1909.  We work to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.


 

Discrimination is real. It happens everyday and it could happen to you.  If you have a discrimination complaint about an event that has occurred in DeKalb County Georgia let us know.  Contact us.

We ask that those who seek our assistance put their complaint in writing, provide as much information as possible. The Legal Redress committee will contact you within 3 business days in an attempt to help where possible, or provide guidance to individuals on how to exercise their rights. The NAACP Dekalb County Branch may provide legal information and assistance to concerned citizens, but does not provide legal advice or legal information via e-mail. For legal advice, you should consult a local attorney.


Next Steps…

Join us on this journey; then show a loved one that you care by giving them the gift that works.  Give a NAACP membership for birthdays, wedding gifts, graduations, and special occasions.  The NAACP works for you.

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