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On July 10, 2017, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a rule, which was strongly supported by the NAACP, which said that companies involved in financial services could no longer use forced arbitration (a process which banned consumers from seeking redress in court). This rule covered financial services companies such as banks (including those which offered checking accounts and other similar accounts), credit cards, and credit reporting services. The rule was scheduled to go into effect in March 2018. Sadly, on July 25, 2017, the US House of Representatives passed, by a margin of 231 yeas to 190 nays, a bill to repeal the CFPB rule. The Senate approved identical legislation on October 24, 2017, by a vote of 51 yeas to 50 nays (Vice President Pence was on hand to cast the tie-breaking vote, thus securing passage of the bill), and President Trump has said he will quickly sign the bill into law, thus repealing the anti-forced arbitration rule.

For more information about forced arbitration, and the rule, as well as for a record of how your Senators voted, please see the attached (linked) Issue Update.

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I'm sure you've seen the news, . . .: From Charlottesville to DACA to the NFL, telling lies about people of color is Trump's sport. He has repeatedly made it clear that he has no appreciation for the contributions of others.

That's why we've filed a lawsuit against President Trump and his administration to stop them from fully rescinding the protections of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and completely upending the lives of young, undocumented immigrants of color.

We need your support to help our legal team see this case through.

800,000 young immigrants - productive, valued people of color in our communities - are currently living in fear of prosecution and deportation. Many Dreamers have grown up knowing America as their only home. But now, their education and livelihoods are at risk. This is not the American way. This is unacceptable.

By implementing DACA, the United States made a promise: In exchange for providing the government with extensive information about themselves and their families, these young immigrants received assurance that they could build lives for themselves in the United States without fear.

Please help us ensure that our country hasn't broken its promise. Donate to support the NAACP's fight against the Trump administration's anti-immigrant agenda:

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Thank you for standing with the NAACP and Dreamers,

If not now, when?

Our branch president received the following email from the NAACP National acting president:

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The idea of many becoming one represents the foundation of what it is to be American: to welcome and embrace people of diverse backgrounds. And yet the President of the United States of America has repeatedly refused to condemn the neo-Nazis, Klansmen, and white nationalists who march with racist taunts. It is unimaginable.

Now is the time for all Americans to say enough is enough.

  • It's time to speak out! In the coming weeks, NAACP leaders will be meeting with national, state, and local elected officials in cities and towns across the country. Help us drive out hate: share your thoughts on the issues that matter to you.
  • It is clear that President Trump lacks the moral clarity to lead this fight. We deserve leaders that possess the integrity to guide us towards unity. Tell Congress to take the lead by putting the American people ahead of political party. Contact your legislator now!
  • The appalling events this weekend in Charlottesville reaffirm the need to take back our democracy. Sign our petition for democracy.
  • Hate has no place in the White House. The presence of known white supremacists serve only to empower and embolden the forces that aim to divide us. Join us in calling on President Trump to remove racists and bigots from the White House and administration.

In solidarity,


Interim President and CEO

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A few members of the United States Senate, chosen by the Senate leadership, are working hard - albeit largely in secret, without normal bi-partisan transparency or input from Americans who would be impacted --- to craft the Senate response to the House-passed American Health Care Act (AHCA), legislation to "repeal and replace" the NAACP-supported Affordable Care Act. Sadly, the House bill, which they are using as a starting point, was found by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) to, among other things, increase the number of Americans who did not have health insurance by 23 million people by the year 2026 (an increase of over 80% of those who are currently uninsured).

Because much of the Senate negotiating is taking place behind closed doors, between a few select men, we donot really know what will be in any resulting bill. We do know that the Senate leadership has said that they hope to have a final product voted on by the 4th of July. The NAACP strongly believes that we should have the ability to do a thorough assessment of the impact of any healthcare legislation and be able to weigh in and have input on all aspects that will affect our families, our communities and our nation.

We need to make our voices heard! Please review the attached (linked) Action Alert and use your democratic right to advocate on your own behalf, and for the sake of your children and your neighbors!

Stop the Healthcare Repeal Bill

At the Museum, February 27, 2017
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On March 16, 2017, President Trump released his so-called "skinny budget", which, although short on details outlines extreme cuts to several agencies. In all, the budget proposal sends us backwards in our attempts to help all citizens and hurts low- and middle-income Americans, and the most vulnerable among us, the most. Included in those departments which faced a dramatic - almost crippling - reduction in federal funding is the Department of Education. For more information on the proposed cuts, as well as information about what you can do, please see the attached (linked) Action Alert.

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The End Racial and Religious Profiling Act was introduced in the U.S. Senate by Senator Ben Cardin (MD) (S. 411) and 27 of his Senate colleagues on February 16, 2017. Companion legislation, the End Racial Profiling Act, (H.R. 1498) was introduced in the U.S. House in on March 10, 2017, by Congressman John Conyers, Jr. (MI) and 57 of his colleagues. The End Racial and Religious Profiling Act in the Senate and the End Racial Profiling Act in the House comprehensively address the insidious practice of biased treatment by law enforcement on our nation's streets, highways, walkways, and in our airports because of who you are, which God you worship, or who you are perceived to be.

We need the End Racial and Religious Profiling Act to stop this insidious practice and to help begin to restore the confidence of communities throughout the United States in federal, state and local law enforcement and thus restore the trust and integrity necessary to be effective. The NAACP has long advocated for enactment of the End Racial Profiling Act, highlighting the need for this legislation during the 2015 America's Journey for Justice and calling for it at the grassroots level every time another person is stopped, hurt, or even killed because of his or her race, ethnicity, or other defining feature.

For more information on the problem and the legislation, please see the attached (linked) Action Alert.

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On April 6, 2017, the full U.S. Senate voted, by a simple majority, to "go nuclear" and change the rules so that a nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court needed only a simple majority to be confirmed; not the 3/5 (or 60 votes) previously required under the "filibuster rule."

This new change in the rules, which required only a simple majority (51 or more) of the votes, means that after debate a full vote was held on the floor of the Senate in which Judge Neil Gorsuch needed only 51 votes in order to become the next Supreme Court Justice. The final vote, was held in the early afternoon of Friday, 4/7/2017, was 55- 45.

For more information on the rule change, and the final outcome, as well as a chart which shows how every Senator voted, please see the attached (linked) Issue Update.

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The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.


The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.


The following statement of objectives is found on the first page of the NAACP Constitution - the principal objectives of the Association shall be:

  • To ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of all citizens
  • To achieve equality of rights and eliminate race prejudice among the citizens of the United States
  • To remove all barriers of racial discrimination through democratic processes
  • To seek enactment and enforcement of federal, state, and local laws securing civil rights
  • To inform the public of the adverse effects of racial discrimination and to seek its elimination
  • To educate persons as to their constitutional rights and to take all lawful action to secure the exercise thereof, and to take any other lawful action in furtherance of these objectives, consistent with the NAACP's Articles of Incorporation and this Constitution.