How would you spend $1 million in your neighborhood?

Ten Brooklyn New York City Council districts are participating in Participatory Budgeting (PB) in which Council Members ask residents to decide how to invest public funds in their neighborhoods. Read more

Give Brooklyn Kids Supplies to Succeed

NAACP Brooklyn Branch Education Committee recognizes and is committed to helping our most vulnerable students in the underserved areas of Brooklyn. Education is really important. The first day of school can be stressful especially for families that cannot afford to prepare their children with backpacks and supplies. Read more

Tell Gov. Cuomo to Keep His Promise

We are so close to victory. For the past several months, Brooklyn NAACP has joined with families of New Yorkers who have been killed by police have been working hard to urge Gov. Cuomo to enact an executive order to appoint a special prosecutor for all police killings. After several trips to New York’s state capital, protests, and a meeting with the Governor, Governor Cuomo announced his intention to give Attorney General Eric Schneiderman authority to investigate and prosecute police killings.  But there’s a catch. Read more

Can you make a call right now?

Your voice is needed to make Albany take action on important legislation before the end of the legislative session tomorrow. Can you make a phone call right now to demand our legislators take action on these important issues before they go home? Read more


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