GENERAL MEETING – Saturday, October 19, 2019
10 a.m. to noon at 3015 S. Rainbow Dr. Decatur, GA 30034
Georgia Elects Youngest State President in NAACP History
ATLANTA, GA – In a historic vote, James “Major” Woodall (Bulloch County), 25, was elected as the new State President of the Georgia NAACP. Mr. Woodall has served as Georgia Youth & College Division State President, First Vice President of the Bulloch County Branch, and most recently as a 2018 graduate of the NAACP’s Next-Gen leadership training program. “I ran for State President because far too many people are suffocating from lack of access to healthcare, clean air and water, poor education and mass incarceration,” he says. SEE FULL STORY
63rd Annual Freedom Fund Awards Gala
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) DeKalb County Branch is hosting its 63rd Annual Freedom Fund Awards Gala. The affair will be a throwback to the Harlem Nights Renaissance, taking place Saturday, November 2, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. Sponsorships and marketing opportunities are available for this event. SEE FULL STORY AND SPONSOR FORMS
Disney Dreamer Academy
A 4-Day Event, A Lifetime of Success
Let Your Dream Change Your Life
Each spring, 100 exceptional young people arrive at the Disney Dreamers Academy with ambition, excitement, and hopes for the future. Four days later, they return home with the motivation, guidance, and skills to help make those dreams come true. SEE FULL ARTICLE AND APPLICATION
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