Observing the Dages Trial

The Matt Dages trial and the CPOB, while promising first steps, do not mean that all is well for racial justice and policing in La Mesa. Much work remains to be done.

January 6th General Membership Meeting

Our January 6th General Membership Meeting will be held online via Zoom at 6pm. Zoom link: sandiegonaacp.org/zoom  Interactive Meeting Agenda Full Meeting Packet     Zoom Requirements For the safety of all attendees, we require the following from participants in our meetings: Have a (paid or) free Zoom account and log in to it before […]

Time to put the CAB back on the shelf

The City has ignored all the recommendations of the Citizens Advisory Board on Police/Community Relations. It’s time stop wasting City money and the time of all the CAB members.

Watch: Voter Education Town Hall

Learn about the California Voter’s Choice Act from the San Diego County Registrar of Voters!

The California Voter’s Choice Act modernizes elections in California by allowing counties to conduct elections under a model which provides greater flexibility and convenience for voters.

December 8: The Cooking Gene by Michael Twitty

A renowned culinary historian offers a fresh perspective on our most divisive cultural issue, race, in this illuminating memoir of Southern cuisine and food culture that traces his ancestry—both black and white—through food, from Africa to America and slavery to freedom.

We Condemn Racist Testimony at Board of Supervisors Meeting

NAACP San Diego Branch strongly supports Supervisors Nora Vargas, Terra Lawson-Remer and Nathan Fletcher and condemns the violent and vitriolic comments that targeted these supervisors at the November 2, 2021 meeting of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
We stand in support of Dr. Wilma Wooten, County Public Health Officer, who was compared to Aunt Jemima during a verbal assault during public comment last Tuesday.

November 10: A Little Piece of Light by Donna Hylton

Random Family meets Orange Is the New Black in A Little Piece of Light, a memoir of survival, redemption, hope, and sisterhood from a bold new voice on the front lines of the criminal justice reform movement.