NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch

A Pro-Equality Group Dedicated to Ending Racial Injustice

The NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch is an arm to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peoples. The establishment of our chapter in November 1965 has paved the way for mobilizing initiatives that target racial discrimination. From then on, we have consistently been recognized on a local, state-wide, and national level as one of the association’s premier branches.

About the NAACP

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peoples is an organization formed in response to the racial disparities that have been prevalent in our nation for centuries. Since its founding on February 12, 1909, it remains the largest and most actively engaged civil rights organization in the country.

An Informative Guide

Through the updates we provide, we aim to unravel the truth in this long-running societal issue and to put forth action that achieves equality in all facets of life. Find information on our organization, our committees, and the latest events within the African-American and larger American communities on this website.

NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch
NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch

Stand With Us

Now more than ever, we need to come together to build and strengthen our community. There is no competition. This is about the empowerment of a people. We hope that in visiting our website, you join us in our stand toward equality and true justice for all. Contact our team in New York, New York to learn more.