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.

Contact us:

Manchester NAACP
P.O. Box 473
Manchester, NH 03105

Phone: (603) 624-7334

Manchester, NH NAACP Branch 2069 
Meets monthly from 6pm - 7:30pm
the 4th (fourth) Thursday of each month.

We alternate between

Grace Episcopal Church

106 Lowell St., Manchester, NH
Manchester Police Dept. Community Room

405 Valley St., Manchester, NH

2013 Freedom Fund Dinner
featured: Kevin Powell

 Held October 5, 2013 at the Puritan Conference Center in
Manchester, NH, the event was a rousing success. Our keynote speaker, internationally recognized leader, Kevin Powell, provided insight regarding the news and the views of the younger generation. He also provided inspiration and encouragement by sharing his personal story. Mr. Powell's demonstrated commitment to social justice served to support and amplify his call for increased activism and more engagement by the general public in promoting peace by demanding justice.


Legal Redress Committee
Complaint Form

If you have experienced discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, native origin, sexual orientation or other basis, contact us.

Provide a description of what occurred and who was involved using the complaint form provided below. The NAACP only has standing to act on your behalf if we have your signed statement.

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 local sources of legal representation. Once an attorney has been retained, we are involved only in cooperation with your attorney.

 The NAACP Legal Redress Committee consists of community volunteers. Call us when you need help. Help us answer the call of others. Join the NAACP.

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