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The path to justice requires that we challenge federal, state, and local laws, statutes, and policies to ensure equal protection.

MAKING LAWS WORK FOR US

A thoughtful look at American history reveals that the nation's laws were never meant to serve Black Americans. But we strive to make the laws work for us through litigation at the national and local levels.

Through affirmative litigation, we aim to further our mission to ensure equitable treatment and opportunities when it comes to voting rights, education, economic empowerment, criminal justice, and health, including environmental justice. We initiate lawsuits and join as plaintiffs in state and federal cases.

We have, and will continue to, file cases that fight:

  • Unjust federal, state  local statutes  regulations 

  • Discriminatory policies, practices  procedures

  • Unlawful misconduct by public officers, private individuals, and companies that threaten civil rights

 

We don't do this work alone. We may partner with other civil rights organizations, law firms, and law schools to secure the resources necessary to assess and prosecute cases.

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VOTING RIGHTS
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Increasing Voters Through Mobilization.

On Election Day, the NAACP deployed lawyers throughout the nation to monitor and respond to reports of voter suppression through their Voter Protection Hub,ensuring that every American was provided an opportunity to cast their ballot. 

JUST CAUSES ON GOING!

Police agencies without the policies, training, and databases in place should not be able to receive grants and other funding. Other practices to increase police accountability include an end to qualified immunity and a national database to document violent and fatal encounters with police.

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Ahead of the 2024 elections, NAACP is working to recruit 300,000 volunteers to support their continued voter engagement program. For more information on the NAACP's work to mobilize Black voters, visit naacp.org/vote

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Political SUBDIVISION FORM CLICK THE SEAL

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HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE

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TEXAS D.L. RENEWal

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WHAT'S ALLOWED AT THE POLLING PLACE?

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ADVOCACY & LITIGATION
WAYS YOU CAN DONATE

By Mail

You can send your donation at our P.O. BOX 1053

Missouri City, TX 77459 

 

Online

You can donate here on our website

Over the Phone

You can call us to make a donation

(281) 403-3636

By Email

You can send a request to donate by email.

 

info@naacpmissouricity.org

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