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There isn't a state in America that wasn't touched by the NAACP in 2015. We made tremendous progress on voting rights and voter registration, fought for justice and against racial profiling, and provided training and development for our 3 youth programs.

 

Supporters like you helped us accomplish so much, but we need you again this year. We need to keep pressure on Congress to pass real legislation to create jobs, end economic inequality, and improve education. We need to keep fighting for voting rights in the face of those who seek to make it harder to vote.

 

Join our community fighting to protect civil rights and human rights in 2016 and beyond. Make your donation to the Dayton Unit NAACP today.



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“Our Success Is Influenced By Your Actions (DLF)”

President's Spotlight

Derrick Foward"Move Forward With Foward"

Fellow Citizens:

Achieving constitutional justice in America isn't easy, but with your help, we will be one step closer. The unemployment rates across the country are staggering for people of African American descent. In almost every City in the these United States of America, the unemployment rate for African Americans is almost doubled the national average. We need to hold every employer accountable to the following mandate as outlined in the United States Declaration of Independence, "We hold these truths to be Self-Evident, that All Men Are Created Equal, that they are endowed by their Creator, with certain Unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness." Ask yourself, if all men are created equal, how do disparities exist? "We the People..." expect equality!!!

"Our Success Is Influenced By Your Actions (DLF)"

Your community servant,

Derrick L. Foward