Acting Milwaukee Police Chief Jeff Norman’s Virtual townhall with NAACP Milwaukee Members


NAACP Milwaukee Youth Council Encourage you to Vote! [Updated Video]

April 6th 2021 – VOTE!!

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NAACP Milwaukee: Help for Halting Evictions

*RENTAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE* TO APPLY FOR RENTAL ASSISTANCE in the Milwaukee area, contact either Community Advocates at or (414) 270-4646 Social Development Commission rental assistance page:

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NAACP Files Federal Lawsuit Accusing Trump and Giuliani of Inciting U.S. Capitol Riot

Lawsuit Alleges Violation of the “Ku Klux Klan Act,” a Civil War-Era Statute Prohibiting Interference with Congress’ Constitutional Duties   Filed by NAACP and Civil Rights Law Firm Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, Lawsuit Also Names Proud Boys and Oath Keepers WASHINGTON D.C—Mississippi Congressman Bennie Thompson filed a federal lawsuit today accusing Donald J. Trump, Rudy […]

NAACP Youth President & Future Leader shares Inspiring GOTV Video encouraging everyone to vote and provides details on NEW Community Events.

NAACP Youth President & Future Leader shares Inspiring GOTV Video encouraging everyone to vote provides other details on NEW Community Events.

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NAACP President and CEO, Derrick Johnson, Releases Statement on The Passing of Cicely Tyson

NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson issues statement on the death of actress Cicely Tyson: “She was an idol to so many of us, including myself, and brought our heroes to life on the silver screen.” Today, the world lost a legend, an activist, and a groundbreaking actress, Cicely Tyson. She was an idol […]

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NAACP Mourns the Passing of Baseball Great Hank Aaron

The NAACP mourns the passing of Hank Aaron, Legendary Atlanta Brave and Major League Baseball record holder and a former member of the NAACP Board of Directors. “Hank did not only break barriers on the baseball field, but also in the civil rights movement,” said NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson. I hope that athletes […]

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NAACP Milwaukee: links to reports created by the Crime and Justice Institute per requirements of the ACLU Settlement Agreement

City of Milwaukee Settlement Agreement Crime and Justice Institute Reports. Charles Collins, et al. v. the City of Milwaukee, et al. lawsuit.  ( The FPC is uploading the MPD data required by the Settlement Agreement here: Crime and Justice Institute visits FPC March 27, 2019 (video) First Annual Report September 2019 Semiannual Analysis […]

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NAACP Milwaukee and the ACLU addressing the rising risk of COVID 19 and those incarcerated with Lt. Governor

January 11, 2021 Lieutenant Governor Barnes Wisconsin State Capitol Dear Lieutenant Governor Barnes, As you are aware, around the country, COVID-19 has spread at unparalleled rates inside jails, prisons, and detention centers.  In Wisconsin’s prisons, 10,543 people have tested positive for COVID-19 as of the date of this letter, and 25 people have died from […]

President-elect Joe Biden’s Zoom Call with NAACP President Derrick Johnson and other Civil Rights Leaders

Civil rights leaders pressed Biden, Harris on diverse Cabinet picks and criminal justice John Verhovek, Molly Nagle, Beatrice Peterson The president-elect has pledged to have a Cabinet that “looks like America.” [Video recording on 12/08/2020] President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris met virtually Tuesday with civil rights leaders amid calls to further diversify […]

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17jul10:30 am11:30 amMoved OnlineNAACP Milwaukee Executive MeetingFor NAACP Milwaukee Executive Committee members OnlyContact NAACP Milwaukee for Zoom Credentials

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