National Day of Mourning for African Americans Killed in Police Involved Interactions WHEREAS, the NAACP affirms the constitutional right of all citizens to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; and WHEREAS, the NAACP recognizes that police officers are sworn to protect all of the citizens in the communities in which they serve; and WHEREAS, […]
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August 3, 2020 Re: 6th Annual Interfaith Prayer Vigil in Support of the NAACP’s National Day of Mourning For African Americans Killed in Police Involved Interactions The NAACP San Diego Branch invites you to our Sixth Annual Interfaith Prayer Vigil on Friday, August 14, 2020 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in support of the NAACP’s […]
Jan 17, 2020 A 16-year-old young man was suspended a week ago from Mater Dei High School because of his hairstyle. While that suspension has been rescinded, it never should have been allowed to happen at all. Diocese spokesman Kevin Eckery said that “the matter has been resolved to everyone’s satisfaction;” we are here to […]
For those of you who were not able to attend the Prayer Vigil, we want to let you all know that the Prayer Vigil was a moving experience with more that 60 people of different faiths, ethnicities, ages and parts of the county in attendance. The presenters were filled win sincerity, thoughtfulness and passion in their presentations […]
“I prayed for freedom for twenty years, but received no answer, until I prayed with my legs.” –Frederick Douglass In 2016, the NAACP adopted a resolution, proposed by the San Diego Branch, designating August 11th as a National Day of Mourning for African Americans killed in police interactions. Our first interfaith prayer vigil was celebrated […]
Bethel AME Church very graciously featured the NAACP San Diego Branch at their service on December 16, 2018. We recently received permission to post the program from that service, which was lovely!