MANCHESTER NAACP, UNIT 2069, Est. 1964

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Manchester, New Hampshire Unit 2069

Welcome to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Manchester, New Hampshire Unit 2069. 

The NAACP was founded by an interracial group of prominent citizens in 1909 as a response to increasing violence against Black people in all parts of the country. NAACP continues to struggle against all forms of discrimination and unfair treatment whether social, legal or political.

We are not lawyers. We are community volunteers who are committed to social and economic justice. We work to address unfair discrimination and promote community building and cooperation. Please join us.

Monthly Membership Meeting

We meet the 4th Wednesday of the month.

We welcome your presence and participation.

Contact us:

Manchester NAACP
P.O. Box 473
Manchester, NH 03105
unit2069@gmail.com

Phone: (603) 624-7334


In Memorial:
NAACP Past President

William E. Davis, Sr.

A great tree has fallen in the forest. NAACP Unit #2069 past President William E. Davis Sr. completed his life's work on Friday, April 25, 2014We extended our condolences to his family and mourn the loss to the community.

Preliminary funeral arrangements:

Viewing from 11AM to 1PM on Saturday, May 3, 2014
Funeral services at 1:30PM

All services at the Lambert Funeral Home, 1799 Elm Street. Manchester, New Hampshire.





 Manchester NAACP
 presents

 FISCAL DISPARITIES IN EDUCATION

 Friday, May 16, 2014

 5:30pm - 7:00pm

 

Manchester YWCA

 72 Concord St.

 Manchester, NH 
 

Join us for a discussion on Fiscal Disparities in education with speakers Bill Duncan, a local Education advocate,  and Manchester School Board Member- At Large, Kathy Staub.

For more info: unit2069@gmail.com or (603) 624-7334

 

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