Civic Engagement

As we move forward this year, the NAACP is actively engaged in helping people to use the power of their voice by voting. With an aim to increase the young electorate turnout (18-29), the NAACP continues to make voter education a priority. Depending on our regional, state and local units for ongoing electoral work, the NAACP will lead in the struggle for voting rights in the field of grassroots advocacy.

The NAACP will register 300,000 new voters across the nation. We will work through our units to increase the number of young voters by enhancing the Association’s capacity to sustain a perennial grassroots program. Our plan is to equip our units with educational materials, technical assistance, training, online voter registration, new media tools, marketing messaging, mobile text messaging, web based “VAN” style voter contact systems, and constituency coalition building. While Civic Engagement efforts remain at the forefront of the NAACP’s agenda, ensuring Americans’ voting rights are equally important.


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Upcoming Meetings

All meetings at NAACP Offices
Corner of Lafayette,
Jackson, TN 38305
731-927-7004 (O)
731-927-7003 (F)

October 18, 2011
November 15, 2011