Committee Spotlight! Equity in the Arts & Culture
Branch President L. Joy Williams is Woman of the Week!
Brooklyn NAACP Launches Equity in the Arts and Culture Committee …
With Rajendra Maharaj at the Helm
By Leslyn Grant
The Equity in the Arts and Culture Committee is a newly formed committee at the Brooklyn Branch of the NAACP that uses the arts to “provide a platform for artists and activists to express themselves.” These were the words of the chairman of the committee and Third Vice-President of the Brooklyn Branch, Rajendra Maharaj during a discussion about the role the committee hopes to play.
Vice Chair Robyn Liverpool to be Recognized at 110th Annual Convention!
Check out our Brooklyn Branch President L. Joy Williams in M Dash Online Magazine. In this interview by Tory Hoen, L. Joy stylishly shares her decision to work in politics and her wishes for the community. https://mmlafleur.com/mdash/l-joy-williams-interview
Brooklyn Branch President L. Joy Williams to serve as panelist during NAACP's 110th Convention!
Congratulations to our recent NextGen Graduate! Robyn Liverpool is Civic Engagement & Political Action Committee Vice Chair and a 2019 graduate of Baruch College with an earned Master of Public Administration. She will be recognized with 68 graduates of the inaugural NAACP Next Generation (Next Gen) Young Professional Leadership Program at our NAACP National Convention this month. Click on the heading title for the exciting release! Previously, she held positions as an At-Large Executive Committee Member, Secretary, Freedom Fund Chair and Assistant Secretary of the Brooklyn Branch. Robyn currently works as an Analyst at the New York Department of Citywide Administrative Services. Prior to that, she was a Staff Analyst Trainee at the New York City Comptroller office. Robyn was the campaign treasurer for Assemblyman Walter T. Mosley III from October 2012- January 2015 and she volunteers with the Emmanuel Baptist Church Girl Scouts. She holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Release Jazmine Headley Now
Will you be attending the NAACP National Convention in Detroit this month? Click on the heading for more information about our branch president and her amazing role.
The NAACP Convention brings together over 10,000 activists, organizers, and leaders to set policies priorities for the coming year. Highlights will include a Presidential Candidates Forum, a legislative session, a CEO Roundtable, LGBTQ workshop, the awarding of the prestigious Spingarn Medal to Ambassador Patrick Gaspard, and the signature NAACP Experience retail expo and diversity career fair. More information about the 110th Annual NAACP National Convention, including a detailed schedule of events may be found by visiting naacpconvention.org.
Brooklyn Branch Election Schedule
There is absolutely no reason that Jazmine Headley should be sitting on Rikers Island right now, separated from her son. The Brooklyn NAACP calls for her immediate release.
BROOKLYN NAACP TO KICK-OFF MEMBERSHIP DRIVE AT SPRING MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON
Please note the following General Membership meetings of the NAACP Brooklyn Branch, for the purpose of election of officers and at-large members of the executive committee.
Can we count on you in 2018?
BROOKLYN NAACP TO KICK-OFF MEMBERSHIP DRIVE AT SPRING MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON FEATURING KAREN BOYKIN-TOWNS, VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE NAACP NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER
📢 ACTION ALERT: Call your Council Member NOW
As you think about your goals for 2018 I hope that I can count on you to join in on our fight to pursue justice and equity and bring us one step closer to achieving our mission of political, educational, social, and economic equality for all.
Call and urge your Council Member to vote YES on Intro 541-C and vote NO on Intro 182-D.