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CA-HI State Convention Delegates

California Hawaii Annual State Convention

October 24-27, 2019 – Los Angeles Airport Marriott – Los Angeles, California 90045 CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE YOUR CONVENTION REGISTRATION ONLINE CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD AND MAIL YOUR CONVENTION REGISTRATION CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE YOUR CONVENTION SPONSORSHIP AND ADVERTISEMENT ORDER ONLINE CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD AND MAIL YOUR CONVENTION SPONSORSHIP AND ADVERTISEMENT ORDER

The NAACP California-Hawaii State Conference will hold its annual convention from October 25th-27th in Los Angeles.  We are entitled to up to six voting delegates. At our September 5th General Membership Meeting, the following delegates were elected:

Voting Delegates

Alternates

  • Executive Committee Member-at-Large Petrina Branch
  • Executive Committee Member-at-Large Samantha Jenkins
  • Member Lola Olaoye

We also voted to help defray the costs of attending the convention by:

  • Paying the $75 registration fee
  • Paying up to $100 per night for two nights’ lodging
  • Paying $400 toward convention meals

ACT-SO Xpresses its Blackness

8pm – 10pm October 25, 2019

Join the ACT-SO crew with a visit to Black Xpression, an open mic opportunity that appeals to the Black Community. With ACT-SO we have seen the works of various teen artists to include poets, singers, musicians and more. We invite you all to uplift our competitors that are brave enough to perform their work at this venue!

Student attendees will receive $5 credit toward food purchased at the event.

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ACT-SO Visits the San Diego Art Institute

12pm – 2pm September 28, 2019

FORGING TERRITORIES features African-American and Latinx members of the LGBTQ community pioneering in a frequently inhospitable land.  It presents artists engaged in cultural storytelling that describes themselves, their friends, and their environments in striking visual ways.

The NAACP had its national convention July this year and unanimously passed three separate resolutions expressing support for and solidarity with LGBTQ Americans. This tour not only offers the opportunity for us to put these resolutions into action but it also provides a unique experience for creative students to find new inspiration for future artwork.

Space is limited; reserve your spot now.

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Watch: ACT-SO Visits Casa del Rey Moro

Every month ACTSO participates in an enrichment activity. On August 30th, we sponsored a tour of the African Museum in Old Town.
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Our next adventure will be September 28th, when we’ll be visiting the San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park.

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August 25 Newsletter

  • Silent Auction Donations
  • ACT-SO Visits Eastlake
  • San Diego Museum of Art on Black Life
  • Prayer Vigil was a Moving Experience
  • Freedom Fund Dinner Student Honoree Shaniia McMorris
  • Movie Nights at the Jacobs Center
  • NAACP Trip: Jamestown to Jamestown

Prayer Vigil Moves Hearts

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Aug 8 Newsletter

  • Children on Prison Buses
  • Prayer Vigil
  • Back-to-School Stay-in-School Rally and Fair
  • Black August
  • Networking for Dollars
  • Freedom Fund Dinner Honoree Larry Blackman
  • City Grants Workshop
  • Mass Shootings
  • Water & Sock Drive