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Chart your course. Share your Story. Change the world.
Chart your course. Share your Story. Change the world.

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It's time for #JusticeSummer. Join us on our journey in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia and Washington, DC. RSVP today. 

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It's time to #TakeDownTheFlag. 
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 The NAACP is challenging voter suppression laws state by state, standing firm and winning cases. Join our fight today. ‪#‎NAACPMembershipWeek‬

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Join thousands of activists across the country that believe in the mission of the NAACP--to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. Help us reach our goal of 1,000 new members--pushing for one million members strong.

‪#‎NAACPMembershipWeek  

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Become a part of history and help encourage social change today. Join the NAACP this week and receive a gift to display your support.

‪#‎NAACPMembershipWeek‬  

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What do you believe in? During ‪#‎NAACPMembershipWeek‬, we continue to push towards our mark of one million members strong.

This week's goal: 1,000 new and renewed members. Help us continue our fight for civil rights. 

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Here are a few of the faces--women killed by law enforcement.
Say her name.

(Clockwise from top left)

#MiriamCarey
#KathrynJohnston
#TarikaWilson
#RekiaBoyd
#DarnishaHarris
#ShellyFrey
#TanishaAnderson
#ShereeseFrancis
#AiyanaStanleyJones
#YvetteSmith
#ShantelDavis
#AlesiaThomas
#AlbertaSpruill (center)

Go to naacp.org/racialprofiling to help us put an end to police brutality and racial profiling. #BornSuspect
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Carlton Mayers, Esq NAACP Criminal Justice Speciaist and Sammie Dow, NAACP Youth and College Division Director join us to discuss the End Racial Profiling Act and the NAACP's launch of #BornSuspect, a campaign to bring awareness to ERPA and need for racial profiling reform. You will receive your "marching orders" for the next two weeks and beyond.

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"Sixty-eight percent of African-Americans live within thirty miles of a coal-fired power plant, the zone of maximum exposure to pollutants that cause an array of ailments, from heart disease to birth defects." This is why the NAACP is taking on pollution head-on. We join with people around the world to observe #EarthDay.
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