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_ Welcome to Dayton Unit NAACP

dlf__jaf_naacp_103rd_annual_convention_cropped.jpgOn behalf of the Dayton Unit NAACP, 1st Lady Jean and I, welcome you to our Website. Founded in 1915, the Dayton Unit NAACP is the oldest and largest Civil and Human Rights organization in the Dayton Region. Our members, volunteers, office staff, organizers, committee chairs and Facebook friends continue to fight for social justice for ALL Americans. We hope you have an opportunity to view our Annual Reports to be enlightened about our work. Please navigate through our website to learn more about our organization. We encourage your youth to participate in our youth enrichment programs.

 

Your Community servant,

 

Derrick L. Foward, M.C.E.

President

 

 

Founded in 1915, the Dayton Unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is the city’s oldest and largest nonpartisan civil rights organization. Our members throughout the Dayton Region and Montgomery County are the premier advocates for civil rights in their communities. Our core goals are to Inform, Educate and Empower the Citizenry as we pursue justice and equality for all Americans.

 For more information on the Dayton Unit NAACP, please call (937) 222-2172 or visit www.naacpdayton.org

 

 

_ NAACP Vision Statement

The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights and there is no racial hatred or racial discrimination.

_ NAACP Mission Statement

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination. ...Read more

_ Dayton Unit NAACP Vision Statement

The Dayton Unit NAACP VISION is to fulfill the Dream of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by capitalizing on the 2nd “A” of the NAACP, which stands for ADVANCEMENT. Copyright © 2007 Incorporated - DLF

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Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter

The Founding of the

Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter


On February 20, 2016 during the NAACP National Board Meeting in New York, the following Branches, Youth Councils, High School and College Chapters were approved for charters:  


  • Baytown Branch, TX (Pending Staff Review)

  • Utica College Chapter, NY

  • Vincennes University College Chapter, IN

  • Move Foward Thurgood Marshall High School Chapter, OH

  • St. Ambrose University College Chapter, IA

  • Craven County Youth Council, NC

  • Lakeland Youth Council, FL

  • Chapel Hill Carrboro Youth Council, NC


The Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter was the brainchild of LTC (R) Claudia L. Mason, Senior Army Instructor, Thurgood Marshall STEM High School. She asked Derrick L. Foward, President of the Dayton Unit NAACP to assist by paying for 25 memberships to establish the organization. The Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter was first announced during the Thurgood Marshall Army JROTC Military Ball on March 14, 2015 where Foward served as the keynote speaker. Foward spoke about his longtime vision of implementing a high school chapter of the NAACP in the Dayton community since first being elected President. Foward asked Mason if she would lead the Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter as the Advisor. Mason accepted. The official kick-off meeting was held on October 20, 2015 to heighten the interest of the students. The organizing committee was formed on October 27, 2015. The organizing meeting was held on October 30, 2015 and the Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter was officially chartered by the NAACP Board of Directors effective February 20, 2016. They held their first official meeting at Thurgood Marshall STEM High School on Wednesday, March 3, 2016. They started with 25 members. Its primary objective is to focus on political apathy, lack of knowledge of civil rights history and poor decision making amongst teenagers /young adults. Their core goals are Pride, Service and Leadership.


The First High School Officers are as follows:  


Dariana Tolliver, President; Amanda McClellon, 1st Vice President; Jayiana Pooler, Secretary; Rahjae Mack, Assistant Secretary; Shemaya Wingard, Treasurer; and Briana Thomas, Assistant Treasurer


The First High School Advisor is as follows:


LTC (R) Claudia L. Mason, Advisor


Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter Mission Statement

The Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter mission is to: “Develop the next generation of Community and Civil Rights Leaders.”

 

 

Click Link: Application to Charter the Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter

 

Click Link: President Foward Recommendation To Charter The Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP H.S. Chapter

 

Click Link: President McNabb Recommendation to Charter the Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP H.S. Chapter 

 

Click Link: Region Director Reide Recommendation to Charter the Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP H.S. Chapter 

 

Click Link: Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter Congratulations and Acceptance Letter.docx

 

Click Link: Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter Charter

 

Click Link: Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter Chronology - August 2016 

 

Click Link: Move Foward Thurgood Marshall NAACP High School Chapter - 1st Newsletter August 2016 Edition 

 

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 30 August 2016 )
 
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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