The Santa Fe Branch of the NAACP is Multi-Cultural, Non-Partisan, and Celebrates Diversity.
The Santa Fe Branch invites people of all ethnicities and cultures to join us to work on behalf of Justice in Northern New Mexico. We meet at 7:00pm on the second Tuesday of each month at St. Bede’s Episcopal Church, 1601 S. St. Francis Drive in Santa Fe.
Since 1941 the NAACP has been the premier civil rights advocacy entity on Capitol Hill. The NAACP was a leading force behind the enactment of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the 1965 Voting Rights Act, the 1968 Fair Housing Act, the 1991 Civil Rights Restoration Act and the 2002 Help America Vote Act, the most current reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act among countless others.
The NAACP advocates for smarter, results-based criminal justice policies to keep our communities safe, including treatment for addiction and mental health problems, judicial discretion in sentencing, and an end to racial disparities at all levels of the system.
The NAACP brings our voice to assist in the eradication of these racial and ethnic disparities, with a focus not only on disease prevention, but on the social and environmental factors that affect health and wellness.
The NAACP Education Program strives to ensure that all students have access to an equal and high-quality public education by eliminating education-related racial and ethnic disparities in our public schools.
The NAACP recognizes the importance of the economy and economic issues in advancing an equal opportunity society and aims to address the challenging economic realities facing our country.
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