Nov 10: Townhall with the District Attorney

Please join us at 6pm, Tuesday November 10th for a presentation by and discussion with District Attorney Summer Stephan on the function, efforts and specialized units of the district attorney’s office.

Setting Up Zoom For NAACP San Diego Branch Meetings

The NAACP San Diego Branch, along with other units in the Southeastern Region of the California-Hawaii State/State Area Conference, has decided in order to protect the integrity of our meetings, to require that all participants and guests in our Executive Committee and General Membership online Zoom meetings meet the following criteria:

  • Have a (paid or) free Zoom account and log in to it before attending
  • Use a current recognizable photo of their face as the profile picture
  • Use their legal first and last names on their profile

Attendees who do not meet this criteria will not be permitted in the meeting.

To sign up for a zoom account, visit:

For help uploading a picture of your face and setting your name, visit:

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our meetings safe.


If you see an alert like this:

You should click “Sign In to Join”. You will then see a screen like this:

If you don’t have a Zoom account, click “Sign Up Free”

Once you have an account and are signed in, you may have to start over at by clicking the meeting link again, but then you should get in.

SDCBOE District 1 Candidate Forum

On Thursday night, October 22nd at 6pm the NAACP San Diego Branch will host a forum with the candidates for the San Diego County Office of Education District 1 board seat, Mark Powell and Gregg Robinson.  This event is co-sponsored they the League of Women Voters and the California Charter Schools Association.

Just Energy Summit

Power for the People at 2020 Just Energy Summit Sept 28 to Oct 2 2020 
Join us to build “Power for the People” at the 2020 Just Energy Summit, online, September 28-October 2, 2020!

Partnership for Southern Equity, Just Energy Circle members, and our regional planning team partners have worked hard to create a dynamic, inclusive event that will build power with communities, organizers, and advocates mobilizing against environmental injustices and fighting to reverse climate change. By lifting up the lived experience of Black people, communities of color, and essential workers marginalized by low wages, we can ensure a just and equitable transition to a clean energy economy that benefits ALL! 

Sep 14 & Sep 19th: The New LCAP

This year, the Local Control and Accountability Program has been replaced with the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan. Please do not be fooled; this year’s LCAP is completely different from last year’s LCAP. Your regularly-scheduled LCAP will return next year.

Confused? Then join one of our webinars:

Register below for one of these webinars:

Materials from these seminars may be found here: