"The real story of the NAACP, our nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization, lies in the hearts and minds of all those who refused to stand idly while race prejudice tarnished our nation. From bold investigations of mob brutality, protests of mass murders, segregation and discrimination, to testimony before congressional committees on the vicious tactics used to bar African Americans from the ballot box, it is the talent and tenacity of NAACP Members that save lives and continue to make change."
~ The NAACP
We are delighted to mark the NAACP Houston Branch 100th year with an Inaugural After-Party that will commence immediately following the Centennial Freedom Fund Dinner.
This star-studded event will take place on Friday, October 26, 2018, at the Marriott Marquis Houston starting at 9:30 p.m. and is sure to set the stage for the next generation of thought leaders and advocates by "Keeping It 100".
General admission is $100. Sponsorships are available (see sponsorships) which will include; private VIP lounges with special food menu and bottle service, next-gen branding, champagne reception and general admission tickets.
Visit our website www.naacphouafterparty.org for more information. We look forward to you joining the MOVEMENT!
NAACP After Party
Adfanie Smith Gray
ARMED SERVICE and VETERANS’ AFFAIRS
COMMUNICATIONS PRESS & PUBLICITY COMMITTEE
COMMUNITY COORDINATION COMMITTEE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
ENVIRONMENTAL CLIMATE JUSTICE COMMITTEE
LABOR and INDUSTRY
LEGAL REDRESS COMMITTEE
MEMBERSHIP & LIFE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE
RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
WIN (WOMEN IN THE NAACP)
YOUNG ADULT COMMITTEE
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.