UNITING COMMUNITY!
MARTIN LUTHER KIND JR. March January 2014 
Cities of Eugene & Springfield Come Together

The volunteers and staff at NAACP give special thanks to everyone involved in the Martin Luther King, Jr. March. It was a wonderful and enriching  experience  to march with community members in honor of Dr. King. When our local NAACP was founded in 1976, it was a different world in Oregon. Now, the charge is to support multi-culturalism and diversity in our community.  More...


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FOCUS ON EDUCATION
Education partners in Lane County & Beyond

Operating three educational programs with "Back to School", Youth Council, and ACT-SO, the NAACP Education Committee has many ambitious plans for 2014.  Collaborating with the Lane County Education School District and the Lane Education Foundation, the committee plans to enhance its programs and expand the scope of its outreach to rural areas.  Last year marked an excellent success in collaboration with Lane Community College. More..


PROFILE: ACT-SO YOUTH SPEAK


ACT-SO 2014
23rd Annual ACT-SO Competition at the Hult Center's Soreng Theater, April 19th from 7-9pm (free)


Please come out and support our local youth. 







MLK MARCH


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 2014
Richardson spearheads Strategic Plan

NAACP President Eric Richardson speaks passionately about the need to expand educational resources for African American youth that are culturally enriching and sets a new agenda for 2014 by providing more support resources to schools and other educational institutions that pioneer in curriculum development, cultural competency, and non-violent communication. More...


                          
                                                       



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ACT-SO Competition