Coming in 2020 a new meeting place and new meeting time. General Meetings will be the fourth Saturday of the month at New Salem Bible Church. Mark your calendars. Meeting start time is 10:00 a.m.

GENERAL MEETING – Saturday, December 14, 2019

Porter Sanford III Performing Arts and Community Center 10 a.m. to noon at 3181 S. Rainbow Dr. Decatur, GA 30034

Celebrate Jubilee Day in DeKalb, January 1, 2020

Jubilee Day is the African American’s Independence Day!  It is a celebration and commemoration of January 1, 1863 when the EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION freed the slaves.  The EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION is our Declaration of Independence!

Join #naacpDekalb at Rainbow Park Baptist Church, January 1, 2020 to remember our history and celebrate our accomplishments.

Each January 1st, the DeKalb County Branch of the NAACP celebrates the issuance of the EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION with a program of commemoration held in conjunction with Rainbow Park Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Steven Dial, Sr., Senior Pastor. Read FULL STORY

18th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade in Dekalb See Full Details

Sign up today for your spot in the parade

Georgia Releases List Of Nearly 315,000 Voters Set To Be Removed From Rolls

Over 300,000 people in Georgia are set to be removed from the state’s voter rolls ― but it won’t happen without a warning.

Make sure your name is not on the list to purge.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) announced Wednesday that the full list of voters at risk of removal is now publicly available. The state has faced scrutiny over its plan to cancel the voter registrations of 313,243 “inactive voters” who are thought to have moved away. Around 65% of the people on the list ― 204,937 in all ― haven’t had contact with election officials in several years, and either didn’t respond to a confirmation mailing or had mail returned as undeliverable. The remaining people on the list filed change-of-address forms with the U.S. Postal Service. You can see the full list of Georgia voters set to be removed from the state’s rolls. If you see your name, then call and correct this mistake immediately.

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


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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.

You may click here to download and print a Discrimination Complaint Form (PDF) based on:
Race, Color, Religion, National Origin, Sex, Age and Handicapped Status. We ask that those who seek our assistance put their complaint in writing, provide as much information as possible.

Mail the form to the address below, the Legal Redress committee will contact you within 24 hours in an attempt to resolve them 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.