Remembering the Life and
Legacy of Dr. Paul L. Vance
The Montgomery County Maryland Branch #7022, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), extend condolences to the family of Dr. Vance during your time of bereavement. Dr. Vance passed to his reward on May 2, 2015
We stand with family, friends, colleagues and others in remembering the life and the legacy Dr. Vance leaves with us to continue the journey of pursuing quality education for our students to the fullest extent. The difference he has made in the lives that was touched by his gentleness, his kindness and his good will of justice and equality for all people and leadership to many.
Dr. Vance was a distinguished leader who served as the First African American Superintendent of the Montgomery County Public Schools, Elected as the 18th Branch President of the Montgomery County MD Branch, #7022 in 2011, and a man who became a champion for speaking out for the future and importance of our youth... more
A big shout-out of appreciation to all who supported the 2015 annual Freedom Fund Dinner - a success enjoyed by all who attended. Look for pictures and updates within the next few days. Again, thank you for another successful NAACP event.
Theme: Back to Where It all Began; Speaker: Dr. Hattie Washington of Aunt Hattie's Place (right)
Montgomery NAACP ACT-SO Program needs Adult volunteers. For information or to help email: email@example.com
NAACP National Strategic Plan: Game Changers for the 21st Century
For more than a century the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has worked to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination. Inspired by The Call of 1909, which denounced the growing oppression of people of color and works to bring this discrimination to an end, the NAACP seeks to establish a strategic direction as it embarks on developing The New Call for the 21st Century.
The five NAACP Game Changers below address the major areas of inequality facing African Americans that are the focus of the NAACP's work.
- Economic Sustainability: A chance to live the American Dream for all
Every person will have equal opportunity to achieve economic success, sustainability, and financial security.
- Education: A free, high-quality, public education for all
Every child will receive a free, high quality, equitably-funded, public pre-K and K-12 education followed by diverse opportunities for accessible, affordable vocational or university education.
- Health: Health equality for all Americans including a healthy life and high-quality health care
Everyone will have equal access to affordable, high-quality health care, and racially disparate health outcomes will end.
- Public Safety and Criminal Justice:
Equitable dispensation of
justice for all
Disproportionate incarceration, racially motivated policing strategies, and racially biased, discriminatory, and mandatory minimum sentencing will end. Incarceration will be greatly reduced and communities will be safer. The death penalty will be abolished at the state and federal level, as well as in the military.
- Voting Rights and Political Representation: Protect and enhance voting rights and fair representation
Every American will have free, open, equal, and protected access to the vote and fair representation at all levels of the political process. By protecting democracy, enhancing equity, and increasing democratic participation and civic engagement, African Americans will be proportionally elected to political office.
Montgomery County Youth Council recognizes the Outstanding Work of Montgomery County Student Olivia Cox for her work to aid the children of Africa
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Montgomery County's NAACP
The purpose and aims of the Montgomery County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People shall be to improve the political, educational, social, and economic status of minority groups; to eliminate racial prejudice; to keep the public aware of the adverse effects of racial discrimination; and to take lawful action to secure its elimination; consistent with the efforts of the national organization and in conformity with the Articles of Incorporation of the Association, its Constitution and Bylaws and as directed by the National Board of Directors.
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Carver Education Services Center (CESC) located at 850 Hungerford Drive, Rockville. All meetings begin at 7:30 p.m.
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