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Now everyone can vote by mail!

In New Jersey, any voter can now vote by mail in any election.
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ELECTION DAY 2010 – Need a ride?

Election day is Tuesday, November 2, 2010

We’re offering free rides to the polls for any voter who needs one. Call 201-227-1875 to schedule a ride.

Annual Freedom Fund Dinner 2010

NAACP Bergen County Branch Annual Freedom Fund Dinner

Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 7:00 pm
Hasbrouck Heights Hilton
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

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10-2-10 March On Washington

10-2-10 March On Washington, DC
Saturday, October 2, 2010
to support economic transformation in America and jobs for every able resident. Buses will depart from Englewood and Hackensack
Stay tuned – Locations TBA

Not a Bergen County resident?
Contact the NAACP Unit in your county for bus information.

NJ State NAACP Conference

NJ State NAACP Conference
Friday thru Sunday, September 17-19, 2010
Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia-Cherry Hill
2349 W. Marlton Pike Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

Download Registration and Sponsor packets from the state website.

Bergen County NAACP Installation Service

Sunday, January 23
3:00pm
At Mount Olive Baptist Church
Hackensack, NJ

The honor of your presence is requested to witness & celebrate The Honorable Donald M. Payne Presiding Over the Installation Ceremony of President Estina Baker, Executive Officers & the Executive Committee of the Bergen County NAACP.

December 23, 2010

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Why NAACP passed the Tea Party resolution

Benjamin Todd Jealous is president and CEO of theĀ NAACP. On July 19, 2010, he wrote a special report for CNN.

(CNN) — This week at the NAACP annual convention, we passed over 75 resolutions. They addressed critical issues from education equity, to fixing our broken criminal justice and immigration systems, to our top priority: jobs, jobs, jobs.

One resolution, which was highlighted in my convention speech, created media frenzy: The unanimously passed resolution demanded that the leadership of the Tea Party repudiate its racist elements and make it clear that there is no space in the organization for bigotry.

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August 20, 2010

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