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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. 

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John R. Hatcher III
NAACP Ventura County Chapter
President
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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.

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The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
50 Years after Civil Rights Act of 1964 was signed, Equality is still elusive to African Americans in this country.  Blacks have made many economic and educational gains, but progress still falls short. 

Despite the dramatic courtroom and congressional victories and all seemly advancements Blacks/African Americans have made, due to the historic inequalities that had resulted in unequal access to education and job opportunities, Blacks/African Americans continue to struggle in areas of economics, employment and education.  

National Social Justice Advocate Cornell William Brooks Selected President.

The NAACP National Board of Directors announced its selection of Attorney Cornell William Brooks. ​
NAACP Mourns the Loss of Dr. Maya Angelou
Wednesday, May 28th, the world mourned the loss of Dr. Maya Angelou--poet, writer, artist and civil rights activist.  

Roslyn Brock, Chairman of the NAACP Board of Directors:

Maya Angelou was a fearless writer, poet and activist who made the world a better place for her generation and those to follow. Her powerful words taught scores of young women, particularly those of color, to believe that they are phenomenal and that their voices should never be silenced. Dr. Angelou rose from poverty, segregation and violence to become a force on stage, screen and the printed page. Her legacy lives on in all of us.

Maya Angelou was an extraordinarily gifted interpreter of the human condition for African Americans and so many others. Her words, whether delivered on a page or through oration, were deeply heartfelt and painfully clear. Her common touch and exceptional creative power helped so many diverse hearts find a common vision. She will be profoundly missed.

NAACP Testifies Before Congress, Holds Rallies Nationwide to Protect Voting Rights for All
NAACP Testifies Before Congress, Holds Rallies Nationwide to Protect Voting Rights for All
One year after the Shelby County v. Holder decision, nation’s largest civil rights organization cites dangers of Americans losing their right to vote in 2014 solely