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General Meetings are held every FIRST TUESDAY of the month at 7:00 pm. Check the Calendar for details.

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Sunday January 19
Freedom Fund Banquet

when we fight we win!

High Point Branch of the NAACP Membership Drive


1909     “Forward together… Not one step back.”     2019

Feb 12, 2019 is the 110th anniversary of the NAACP. Help us celebrate by joining and helping us acquire 110 new members!

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.

High Point NAACP & Informed Voters
Promote Candidate Accountability

High Point Residents …See  the issues that are priorities for our communities as discussed in the recent town hall meetings! Our voice matters and our candidates need to be held accountable. Vote in the upcoming elections and challenge our elected officials to improve our neighborhoods. Click to find out more details.

See What Matters To Us!

Join us for early voting starting Sept. 18!

Primary Election Day Oct. 8 General
Election Day is Nov 5
Early Voting Sept. 18- Oct. 4

Call James Adams, HP NAACP President at (336) 887-2470 for more information


Cure Violence aims to stop the spread of violence in our communities by using the methods and strategies associated with disease control – detecting and interrupting conflicts, identifying and treating the highest risk individuals, and changing social norms.

 There is no excuse to say no!

See how your candidates stack up

The NAACP supports this program and High Point desperately needs it right now! 

Email or Contact the City Council and tell them to VOTE CURE VIOLENCE

Call James Adams, HP NAACP President at (336) 887-2470 for more information

Upcoming NAACP Meetings

Action Needed: High Point Community Survey

The UNCG Center for Housing and Community Studies is assisting the High Point Resilience Action Research Project in collecting community feedback on needed services and resources in High Point. In this brief survey, we will ask you to help in identifying strengths as...

Town Hall Meeting at Macedonia Family Resource Center was a Huge Success!

NAACP holds Town Hall Meeting at Macedonia Resource Center discusses talking points for candidates in the upcoming election to be held November 5. The panel consisted of the Diane Bellamy Smalls- Guilford Co. School Board member; Patrick Harmon; Brad Lilly-...

Town Hall Meeting April 25th | We need to hear from YOU!

High Point Residents, we want to hear from you! The purpose of this Town Hall Meeting is to learn about the issues and concerns most important to the people in the High Point community. Members of the public, along with our panel, will discuss issues to create a...

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NAACP | Addressing Maternal Mortality

NAACP | Addressing Maternal Mortality

Nationally, African American mothers are 3-4 times more likely to die from pregnancy and birth-related complications than their white counterparts. To combat the maternal mortality trend which is especially dire in the African American community, Senator Richard...

Domestic Terrorism DATA bill Passes the US House

Domestic Terrorism DATA bill Passes the US House

The NAACP-supported Domestic and International Terrorism DATA Act, H.R. 3106, passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a unanimous vote on September 26, 2019.  The legislation has now been sent to the U.S. Senate, which must pass the bill before it can go the...

What’s Trending: Black News Weekly

What’s Trending: Black News Weekly

  GLENELG, MD – APRIL 27: Glenelg High School in Glenelg, MD on April 27, 2019. (Photo by Will Newton for The Washington Post via Getty Images)   Mother Jones: Racists in One of America’s Richest Counties are Freaking Out Over a “Forced Busing” Proposal “Blacks...

What’s Trending: Black News Weekly

What’s Trending: Black News Weekly

NBC News: Texas police officer shoots woman to death inside her home A Fort Worth, Texas, police officer called to check on a residence with a door that was ajar opened fire on a woman, killing her inside the home, authorities said. The shooting early Saturday...

Listen Again: NAACP HBCU Tele Townhall

Listen Again: NAACP HBCU Tele Townhall

NAACP held a telephone town hall hosted by White House Correspondent, April Ryan, to discuss the issue of HBCU underfunding. Listen to snippets of the conversation below, and sign up here to get alerts of our future town halls.  ...

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