needs your strengths.
You need the community.
We are here to
educate, advocate, inspire.
High Point Branch of the NAACP
POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE
& U.S. Census
Last year, approximately 36,000 registered voters were purged from the Guilford County election rolls. One of them may have been you. It is imperative that you call the Election Board at 336-641-3836 to verify your status.
Important HIGH POINT NEEDS:
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!
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
News, Events and Action Alerts
The NAACP strongly condemns the Trump administration’s deliberate attempt to sabotage the U.S. Postal Service to obstruct voting by mail and to ensure a favorable outcome in the election. Disrupting the machinery of democracy constitutes a strike against the integrity...
NAACP Launches an Unprecedented “Black Voices Change Lives” Campaign to Activate Infrequent Black Voters in Critical Battleground States
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