Zion Missionary Baptist Church
1601 East Laurel St.
Teresa Haley & Park Ridge Deputy Police Chief Lou Jogmen
@Chicago Fox32News: Online campaign aims to better Police & Community Relations one Selfie at a time
Teresa Haley Elected President of Illinois NAACP Chapter
New Head of Illinois NAACP Talks Future Plans
Members of the NAACP join with the American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign and the Springfield Fire Department to install smoke alarms in the Minority Community with the highest census track for fires in Springfield.
Members of the Divine Nine and the Back-to-School Stay-in-School Students partnered with NAACP to install free smoke detectors. Students carried tools such as ladders and drills to designated areas to begin installing free smoke detectors in area homes
Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016.
The NAACP has partnered up with Walgreens to give free flu shots. Please remember to get your flu shot this season to cut down on getting the flu and/or phenomena.
It is advised to bring your Insurance card, Medicare or Medicaid card they made need it for their records. You will not be billed.
Springfield, IL Delegates attended the 106th National Convention in Philadelphia, PA
Youtube Video of (09-04-2014) Town Hall Meeting
"Saving Our Black Males through Education, Information & Communication"
NAACP signed a national agreement with Prince Hall Mason
Last week Teresa Haley - President had the opportunity to participate in an online
Town Hall Meeting - Ferguson: America Reacts (Your Voice, Your Future).
Panelist included Michael Eric Dyson - Author & Radio Host,
Armstrong Williams - Columnist, Benjaim Crump - Brown & Martin Family Attorney,
Gary McLhinney - Former Police Commissioner, and Leon Harris - Moderator ABC7 Anchor.
Thank you for coming out and joining members of the Springfield Branch NAACP on January 11. 2015 the showing of Selma. Ninety six people including sixteen youth were in attendance. There will be follow up discussion regarding the movie after the MLK Unity March as part of the program on January 19, 2015 . The Unity March will start at 12:00p.m at Pilgrim Rest Pilgrim Baptist 1800 S. MLK Drive and end at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 908 S. MLK Drive followed by a program. Refreshments will be served.
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10 Lessons Learned
Springfield Branch NAACP 2012 Banquet Video
Walker Go Home Union Rally
NAACP Romney Video July 11, 2012
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
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.
The following statement of objectives is found on the first page of the NAACP Constitution:
The principal objectives of the Association shall be: