Welcome to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Manchester, New Hampshire Unit 2069. We are an organization comprised of individual volunteers who are committed to social justice and putting an end to racial discrimination and hatred in the Greater Manchester area.
The NAACP was founded by an interracial group of prominent citizens in 1909, in New York City , as a response to increasing violence against Black people in all parts of the country. Few Americans today understand the extent of institutional racism in the early years of the 20th century in America. NAACP continues to struggle against all forms of discrimination and unfair treatment whether social, legal or political.
P.O. Box 473
Manchester, NH 03105
The Manchester NH NAACP Branch 2069 Public Meeting
Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 6:00 PM
Grace Episcopal Church
If you are interested in joining the struggle for freedom, justice and equality, please visit the Get Involved page for further details on how you can become a member.
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If who believe you have experienced discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, native origin, sexual orientation or other basis, contact us.
Please use the complaint form that is provided on this site. The NAACP only has standing to act on your behalf only after we have received your signed statement. We can investigate, mediate and communicate your issues, our concerns and community standards regarding the aggrieved party and counter party.
We are not attorneys. We are prohibited by law from offering legal advice. If you need an attorney, we may be able to refer you to an attorney for a one-time no-cost consultation. However, we do not negotiate fees for representation. Once an attorney has been retained, Legal Redress is only involved in cooperation with your attorney.
addition it is extremely important that you understand that NAACP Legal
Redress Committee members are volunteer community members. We are not
lawyers or have judicial authority. Our Mission in this arena is to
provide fact finding, mediation, and to match needs with resources where
and when ever possible. The NAACP Legal Redress Committee's ability to
assist you is contingent on availability of resources.
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