NAACP STATEMENT ON THE INDICTMENT OF NYPD OFFICER PETER LIANG

BALTIMORE, Md. -- A Brooklyn grand jury has indicted NYPD officer Peter Liang, who allegedly ​​ ​fired his gun​ by accident, killing an unarmed man ​ in the darkened stairwell of an East New York housing project last year. In light of this development, the NAACP has released the following statement. Read more

The Glaring Omission from the State of the City

Today Brooklyn NAACP joined with other social justice groups for a City Hall press conference to address an important issue inexcusably absent from Mayor de Blasio's State of the City address yesterday. Read more

Get Involved and Join a Committee

Committee membership is the essence of local NAACP branches. Join a committee and help us bring change in 2015. Read more

46th NAACP Image Awards

It's time to cast your vote for the 46th Annual NAACP Image Award Nominees! Read more

STATEMENT FROM BROOKLYN NAACP ON TRAGIC SHOOTING DEATHS OF TWO NYPD OFFICERS

MEDIA CONTACT:Janet A. Dickerson, Pixel Prose Media646.770.3276 | janet@pixelprosemedia.com For Immediate Release   December 20, 2014 -- Brooklyn, NY -- In response to today's tragic shooting of two NYPD police officers, Brooklyn NAACP President L. Joy Williams issued the following statement: Read more


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