Support the "Right to Know Act"

Brooklyn NAACP joins Communities United for Police Reform in support of legislation to prevent discriminatory and abusive policing and promote NYPD transparency by urging the New York City Council to pass the Right To Know Act. Read more

NAACP disappointed with resignation of Chief Banks

It was with deep disappointment that we received the news that Chief Banks was no longer be with the New York City Police Department. Chief Banks represented the progressive type of policing that truly represents the NYPD's motto of "Courtesy, Professionalism and Respect ." We are currently experiencing a total breakdown of trust and positive relationships between the police and the community. Read more

How will you vote tomorrow?

Election Day is tomorrow Tuesday, November 4th and if you haven’t done so already, it’s time to make your plan to vote. Read more

Vote NO on Proposition 1

Please be advised that Brooklyn NAACP stands in opposition to Proposition 1. Proposition 1 is a proposed New York State Constitutional Amendment which was rushed through the legislature and placed on the ballot without any public hearing or input on the issue. Read more

ACTION ALERT: Police Discipline Must Not Be Controlled By Police Unions

We need to take immediate action to stop a bill that would give police unions control over discipline for police wrongdoing. These bills (S7801/A9853) would seriously undermine the authority of local governments to take disciplinary action regarding police misconduct. Read more


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