Community Involvement

Community Coordination Committee –  Jeanette Bradley Chairperson info@naacphillsborough.org

1. Enlist the support of other community organizations on issues affecting the interest of African Americans and other communities of color.

2. Develop a Community Organizations Directory with the branch leadership support.

3. Avail yourself to the Public Relations Committee Chair for the local press: newspaper, radio, television and other media.

4. Provide news or publicity stories to the Branch PR Chair and President to keep the public informed of current programs and issues.

Freedom Fund Committee – Joe Robinson and Yvette Lewis co Chairpersons FreedomFund@naacphillsborough.org

1. Plan and conduct the Annual Freedom Fund Dinner (fund raising activities, entertainment and other projects), for local and national purposes within the scope of the Association’s program.

2. Work closely with Finance Committee (Treasurer and President).

3. Avail yourself to the Public Relations Committee Chair for the local press and on radio, television and media.

4. Provide news or publicity stories to the Branch PR Chair and President to keep the public informed.

Membership and Life Membership  ___________ chair   info@naacphillsborough.org

The Membership Committee shall:

1. Work throughout the year to maintain and increase the membership of the Association

2. Be responsible for planning and organizing the annual membership campaign

3. Be responsible on a continuous basis for soliciting new members and for securing renewals

4. Initiate all possible means to obtain Life Members and sponsor a continuing program towards this end.

 

Religious Affairs Committee – _________________info@naacphillsborough.org

The committee shall consist of ministerial and lay religious leaders including those in the branch. The duties are as follow:

1. Promote an educational program designed to give moral and ethical interpretation of civil rights struggle.

3. Interpret the work of the NAACP to organize religious groups of all faiths.

4. Enlist the support of religious groups for memberships, fundraising, and the struggle for equality and full civil rights.

5. Provide resource assistance for religious education and social action activities, associated with the improvement

 

 

WIN [Women In the NAACP] Committee Kathy Henry Chairperson info@naacphillsborough.org

The committee shall address civil rights issues affecting women and children and other civil and cultural activities to enhance membership and provide financial support to the Branch. The duties are as follow:

1. To enhance the leadevehicle rship role of women.

2. To serve as an advocacy to address the social economic, political, education, health and welfare issues affecting women.

3. To advocate for the emotional, mental, physical and spiritual development of children.

4. To support the policies as well as the on-going mission and vision of the NAACP.

Marketing & Media Committee ________ chair  Marketing@naacphillsborough.org

1. Seek to promote media content consistent with fundamental NAACP goals which include the elimination of racial isolation and fear and the furtherance of multiracial and cultural understanding.

2. Work to eliminate employment segregation and discrimination in those industries [comprising the communications arts and sciences] (radio, telephone, television, motion pictures, newspaper, books, related computer communications, business, cable television).

3. Seek to ensure Black minority ownership and control of print and electronic media — both hardware and software.

4. Monitor local and national media, especially advertising performance.

5. Provide the National office with research and data on those local businesses engaged in communication arts and sciences.

6. See to ensure that all people have a meaningful right to choose from and have access to a variety of high quality telecommunications goods and services at a reasonable cost.

7. Endeavor to secure publicity for the work of the Unit and the association in the local press and on radio, television and media.

8. Attempt to interest persons in charge of local news media on conditions affecting minority groups. 9. Seek to counteract derogatory and erroneous statements in local news media about Blacks and other minority groups.

10. Be responsible for forwarding to THE CRISIS items covering Unit activities and important affairs.

11. Act as far as possible as an agency for the promotion and sale of   THE CRISIS.

12. No publicity shall be released without first being approved by the President of the Unit.

Communication / Press & Publicity Committee  Michelle Yepsen Chairperson PressPublicity@naacphillsborough.org

1. Seek to promote media content consistent with fundamental NAACP goals which include the elimination of racial isolation and fear and the furtherance of multiracial and cultural understanding.

2. Work to eliminate employment segregation and discrimination in those industries [comprising the communications arts and sciences] (radio, telephone, television, motion pictures, newspaper, books, related computer communications, business, cable television).

3. Seek to ensure Black minority ownership and control of print and electronic media — both hardware and software.

4. Monitor local and national media, especially advertising performance.

5. Provide the National office with research and data on those local businesses engaged in communication arts and sciences.

6. See to ensure that all people have a meaningful right to choose from and have access to a variety of high quality telecommunications goods and services at a reasonable cost.

7. Endeavor to secure publicity for the work of the Unit and the association in the local press and on radio, television and media.

8. Attempt to interest persons in charge of local news media on conditions affecting minority groups. 9. Seek to counteract derogatory and erroneous statements in local news media about Blacks and other minority groups.

10. Be responsible for forwarding to THE CRISIS items covering Unit activities and important affairs.

11. Act as far as possible as an agency for the promotion and sale of   THE CRISIS.

12. No publicity shall be released without first being approved by the President of the Unit.