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To the NAACP Ventura County Chapter web site. Our desire and goal is to serve our community, by dedicating ourselves to "Making a difference in our community". We hope that both our members and the surrounding community will benefit from the information presented on this website.  We trust this site will be informative and of value to all of our citizens. 

We ask you to join us in this continuing struggle for equality for all by becoming a dues paying member, attending our meetings and joining a committee to make sure the NAACP Ventura County remains strong in our quest for justice. Our branch is only as strong as the membership that supports us.

The NAACP, founded in 1909, is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. Severing the nation from the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers,organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans. 

Thank you for your continual support!



John R. Hatcher III
NAACP Ventura County Chapter
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                                                           BALTIMORE  – NAACP President
                                                           and CEO Cornell William Brooks
                                                           released the following statement
                                                           about today’s Supreme Court
                                                           decision on voter representation in
                                                           Evenwel v. Abbott:

                                                           “We are extremely pleased that the
  Supreme Court today re-affirmed a key principle of our representative system upheld at every lower level of the court system – that people who hold elected office are chosen by and represent the interests of ALL the people who live in their districts, regardless of whether they were active voters, or supportive of an individual candidate’s or party’s agenda and philosophy.

“If voting is a civic sacrament, then the principle of “one person, one vote” is a civic commandment enshrined in our Constitution. Today, the Court unanimously affirmed that principle.
NAACP Announces 2016 Convention Theme “Our Lives Matter, Our Votes Count”
Recipient of 101st Spingarn Medal is Ohio Native CINCINNATI – The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) today unveiled the theme for its…  Read More
NAACP’s groundbreaking report, Born Suspect, opens a renewed dialogue about racial profiling by law enforcement in America. This conversation includes a call to action for NAACP members to work toward ending this ineffective policing practice across the country.
In 2008, we had the most diverse electorate in U.S. history.

To us, that was a sign of victory—a sign that our democracy was in good health. But some lawmakers found it threatening. So they've introduced a series of barriers to the polls for young people, people over the age of 65, low income voters, and people of color.

These are the kinds of policies we'd expect in 1960, not 2016 and beyond.