EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2019
Toni Robinson President
Delilah Jackson Vice President
TJ Appleby Treasurer
Andrienne Denson-Ewell Secretary
Cheryl Clay Asst. Secretary
Members at Large
News and Local Events
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was founded in 1909. The NAACP
is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans.
2019 Springfield NAACP Scholarship Recipients
Gakia Patterson Glendale Graduate
Jacquelin Waugh Foster Scholarship
Mariah Oke-Thomas Central Graduate
Springfield NAACP Youth Scholarship
Destinee King Health Field Scholarship
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When you become a member of the NAACP, you are doing more than joining an organization; you are becoming a part of a community.
Our membership community is the reason we've been able to protect, defend, and fight for our civil rights and human rights for over a century.
If you care about fighting the racial disparities that are still too prevalent in America, the NAACP is the place where you can make a difference. Click the button below to join us today! Our unit number is 4081 for local chapter, please enter unit number on form.
Our general monthly meetings are held the Third Saturday of every Month at 1:30 pm.
The youth meetings are held the Second Saturday of every Month at 3:00 pm.
Meetings are held at Midtown Library 397 E. Central, Springfield.
Youth Meeting starts at
3:00 p.m. on Saturday June 8, 2019 at library.
Adult General Meeting starts at 1:30p.m. May 15, 2019.
What is the NAACP travel advisory?
The travel advisory was created to warn people – people that might be affected– of the impending harms that could occur if they or their loved ones are in the state of Missouri.
Individuals traveling in the state are advised to travel with extreme CAUTION. Race, gender and color based crimes have a long history in Missouri. Missouri, home of Lloyd Gaines, Dred Scott and the dubious distinction of the Missouri Compromise and one of the last states to loose its slaveholding past, may not be safe. The Missouri State Conference of the NAACP followed Governor Greiten’s signing of this Jim Crow Bill – SB 43 – earned the NAACP advisory for the State of Missouri permanent until further notice. SB 43 legalizes individual discrimination and harassment in Missouri and prevents individuals from protecting themselves from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in Missouri courts.