The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold the 110th National Convention in Detroit, Michigan, in July of 2019. Watch for more details to come as we draw closer to pre-registration and convention time. Date and location TBD. Stay tuned to naacpconvention.org for details.
Our History, Our Leaders
Celebrating 75 years
Unit 1134 is celebrating 75 years. Tickets are $65 in advance and $75 at the door. There will be a dessert frenzy, silent auction, and awards.
Our speakers will be Judge Helen Whitener, Pierce County Superior Court who will give a Ted Talk Professor Quintard Taylor, University of Washington and Founder of BlackPast.org who will close out the evening as our main speaker and give a demonstration of BlackPast.org.
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18th Annual Mission Outreach Day
Saturday March 3rd
Salvation Army, 832 6th ST, Bremerton, WA
2 p.m. - Cheryl Nuñez (Olympic College) and Alyson Rotter (Kitsap Strong) - speakers and workshop
4 p.m. - historical program
The Mission Outreach Day event is a celebration of several occasions in the history of the modern day church in which the church took successful actions to protect the basic human rights of people who were under attack. These occasions were:
** The adoption of the Namibian Constitution (February 1990)
** The release of Nelson Mandela from prison in South Africa (right after the adoption of the Namibian Constitution)
** The People Power Revolution in the Philippines (February 1986)
** The Bloody Sunday march for voting rights in Selma, Alabama (March 7, 1965)