A place to share events, actions, opportunities and accomplishments!
Tune in to BLACK TALK the third Monday of every month at 8:35am on KGNU.
Hosted by Michele D Simpson, “Black Talk” will center Black voices, thought, and vision. It will reflect the mission and values of the NAACP which are many and varied. Interviews, discussions about music and the arts, anti-Blackness, social justice, resilience and joy, challenges facing black individuals and families in Boulder County and beyond. The talk will be lively, fresh, and thought-provoking.
WHAT WE'RE working on
— Civic Engagement
currently working to facilitate all aspects of voter access and political representation using NAACP’s Nonpartisan Empowerment Program that promotes and protects civil rights.
— Criminal Justice
currently working for fair and equitable dispensation of justice for all by shedding light on racially-prejudiced policing, and advocating for the adoption and enforcement of policies that ensure a just system. Our goal is that Black and People of Color feel safe to move about our community.
currently working to eliminate racial inequities that are so prevalent in the education system and the dismantling of the school to prison pipeline. The committee stands for: increasing resource equity, improving fairness in discipline, high quality teaching, and a challenging and affirming curriculum.
Our events aim to educate, bring awareness, and further the mission of the NAACP. We work to break down the barriers that separate us and build alliances that are more equitable. Events such as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day programs and our quarterly movie series are opportunities to educate and engage our community. The annual Freedom Fund event is a benefit that finances the work of our branch.
Freedom Fund Celebration with the Fisk Jubilee Singers
WHEN: March 28th, 2020 | 2:30 PM
WHERE: University of Colorado | Macky Auditorium
COST: Free, all are Welcome!
The Fisk Jubilee Singers® are vocal artists and students who sing and travel worldwide.
The original Jubliee Singers® introduced ‘slave songs’ to the world in 1871 and were instrumental in preserving this unique American musical tradition known today as Negro spirituals.
They broke racial barriers in the U.S. and abroad in the late 19th century and entertained Kings and Queens in Europe. At the same time, they raised money in support of their beloved school.
The Fisk Jubilee Singers® continue the tradition of singing the Negro spiritual around the world. This allows the ensemble to share this rich culture globally, while preserving this unique music.
SAVE THE DATE
Thank you !
NAACP Boulder County is a 501(c)4 nonprofit organization. Contributions or gifts to this NAACP Unit are not tax deductible for Federal Income tax purposes.