Our Purpose

Since its inception the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was poised for a long, tumultuous and rewarding history. Although it may be possible to chronicle the challenging and harrowing legacy of the NAACP, the real story of the nation’s most significant civil rights organization lies in the hearts and minds of the people who would not stand still while the rights of some of America’s darker citizens were denied.

From the ballot box to the classroom, the dedicated workers, organizers, and leaders who forged this great organization and maintain its status as a champion of social justice, fought long and hard to ensure that the voices of African Americans would be heard. The legacy of those pioneers such as W.E.B DuBois, Thurgood Marshall and Roy Wilkins and the hundreds of thousands of nameless faces who worked tirelessly can not and must not be forgotten.

The history of the NAACP, is one of blood sweat and tears. From bold investigations of mob brutality, protests of mass murders, segregation and discrimination, to testimony before congressional committees on the vicious tactics used to bar African Americans from the ballot box, it was the talent and tenacity of NAACP members that saved lives and changed many negative aspects of American society. While much of its history is chronicled in books, articles, pamphlets and magazines, the true movement lies in the faces—black, white, yellow, red, and brown—united to awaken the conscientiousness of a people, and a nation. This is the legacy of the NAACP!

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Our Leadership


David Smith, President

Robert Clopton, 1st Vice President

Ramsey Sprague, Treasurer

Mrs. Mary B. Walker, Secretary

Executive Members


Ms. Jasmine Washington- Political Action Chair

Dr. Demetrius Semien – Criminal Justice/Veterans Affairs Chair

Dr. Tan Stephens – Fundraising Chair

Ms. Cecelia Hawkins – Communication Chair

Rev. W.A. James – Religious Affairs Chair

Ms. Ester Lyn Mitchell – Women in the NAACP (WIN) Chair

Ms. Glenda Rankin – Youth Council Chair

Ms. Brittany Dixon – Fair Housing Chair

Ms. Irene Antone – Court Monitor

Ms. Suzie Bolden – Mobile Community Action Liaison Chair

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  1. I’ve been dealing with religious discrimination at my job which is violation against section VII of the civil rights act. I have grounds to sue but I have no support neither do I have funds to afford an attorney.

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