NAACP Alaska Oregon Washington State Area

Our lives matter, Our vote counts


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Announcing our Fall Conference Luncheon Keynote Dr. Terrence Roberts

Terrence J. Roberts, PhD. is one of the "Little Rock Nine: who desegregated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957. As a 15 year old eleventh grader, he joined eight other sudents and became one of the first nine black students to go to a formerly segregated public high school in Little Rock. For Dr. Roberts full bio, click HERE.





News Highlights:

Groups come together to peacefully protest police violence, Corvallis Gazette-Times

Photos from Corvallis-Albany police violence protest, Corvallis Gazette-Times

Guest Essay: There's no debate - institutional racism is real, Seattle Times by Seattle King County NAACP Communications Chair Rachael DeCruz

Fallout over police union Facebook post, King 5 - VIDEO

New Spokane NAACP president Phillip Tyler proving to be a leader who listens, Spokesman Review

NAACP rally in Tacoma, King 5 - VIDEO

Will "Black Lives Matter" message get lost after Dallas shooting?, King 5 News - VIDEO

What can we do after this week? As special week in review call-in-show
KUOW - AUDIO - President Hankerson starts at 16:30


King 5 Special Report: Stand United
VIDEO - President Hankerson and Former Snohomish County Sheriff and Executive John Lovick
VIDEO - President Hankerson and Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste


Local NAACP president denounces horrific events in Dallas, Q13 Fox - VIDEO

Study: Oregon outpaces nation in black imprisonment, KGW

Is Development Possible Without Displacement? Huffington Post

Portland State Students Want To Do More For Minorities On Campus, Oregon Public Broadcasting

Congratulations again to all our youth representing Alaska, Oregon and Washington at this year's National ACT-SO Competition in Cincinnati!








The Alaska Oregon Washington State Area Conference (AOWSAC) of the NAACP is dedicated to improving the political, educational, social and economic status of all persons, eliminating racial prejudice, and keeping the public aware of the adverse effects of discrimination at the state level.

We have 13 local unit Branches and multiple youth councils, high school
councils and prison Branches throughout Alaska, Oregon and Washington committed to addressing issues of discrimination and inequality affecting members in our communities and at the state level.

With this site, our goal is to provide you with information on local Branch
events, and links to current news stories featuring AOWSAC’s advocacy
efforts.

With the recent Supreme Court decision regarding the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the need is greater than ever for the NAACP to continue our voting rights advocacy and registration program.














Photo credit: Seattle Weekly: Gerald Hankerson, President
NAACP Alaska Oregon Washington State Area Conference





Upcoming Events:


Alaska:

Anchorage Upcoming Events:
Freedom Fund Banquet
September 24th



Oregon:


Freedom Fund Banquet

October 21st from 6pm-9pm at the Adair Clubhouse.
Featured speakers: AOWSAC President Gerald Hankerson and public scholar Walidah Imarisha.

Soul Food Dinner

October 2016
A welcome to OSU students of color and a welcome back to returning schools. Come connect with NAACP members and leaders and learn how you can be involved in making a difference at OSU and beyond.

Washington:

Ubuntu Multicultural Expose
August 20th, 2016
Edmonds Community College
Hosts: NAACP of Snohomish County, and more TBD.
All are Welcome

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