Brooklyn NAACP takes to the streets
on #WorldAIDSDay

Brooklyn has had the highest percentages of new HIV/AIDS diagnosis and Blacks and Latinos represent 80% of new infections. Nearly 29,000 Brooklynites are living with HIV/AIDS and a a large portion of new diagnosis are in the Brooklyn communities of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Crown Heights, Williamsburg, Bushwick and East Flatbush. Read more

Thanksgiving Basket Raffle

Help the Civic Engagement Committee get ready for the 2016 election year and purchase a Thanksgiving raffle for just $5. Read more

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


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