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2015 Freedom Fund Sponsors


Through a dedicated volunteer force we seek to eliminate the impact of racial discrimination in housing, employment, voting, health care, education, and the Courts.


The vision of the NNAACP is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights and there is no racial hatred or racial discrimination.

2014 Annual Report

An African proverb reassures us that “The river may be wide, but it can be crossed.” The river confronting the Boston NAACP is the wide range of issues impacting African Americansand communities of color in the Greater Boston area. Addressing higher unemployment and incarceration rates, continued barriers to affordable housing and…  [Read More…]
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Boston NAACP President & Youth Participate in America’s Journey for Justice

On September 15, 2015, President Cornell Brooks led marchers into DC after marching over 1,000 miles from Selma, Alabama to the nation's capital. The ...
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Boston police Initiate Body Cam Program

This week, Commissioner William B. Evans announced the City of Boston's intention to initiate a body-worn camera pilot program that will equip a segment ...
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Successful Summer Pipeline Program Wraps Up

BOSTON — On Friday, August 28, 2015, the Boston NAACP concluded the fourth year of our annual "Summer Job – Pipeline to Leadership Program" aimed at preparing ...
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