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Join the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and become one of the hundreds of thousands of Freedom Fighters across the globe! The work of the Association – equality and justice for all – depends on the support and participation of caring and progressive individuals like you. A stronger NAACP with a larger more active membership is the best hope for protecting our freedom and advancing our rights.
NAACP of Martha’s Vineyard
Reasons For Joining
“I joined to learn how to deal with prejudice and to give a helping hand to try to reduce prejudice on the island.”
“I joined because I didn’t know many people of color and I knew that racial harmony could only happen if we began to know each other.”
“I joined because I have believed all my life that we are all one human race. I had the time to give of myself and to help develop the branch. I want other people to realize and understand all of our sameness as well as the wonderful diversity among us.”
“I joined because I want to work for equality and justice so that I can leave a world to my grandchildren that fulfills the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.”
“I joined and became active because paying dues is just not enough.”
“I joined in order to bear witness to my beliefs in integration and in equal opportunity. By joining with others of like mind, it became possible for me to act on my beliefs.”
“I joined because I want to see America move toward being one nation for all.”
Membership is power… Join today!
Membership is invaluable to the continued existence of NAACP advocacy initiatives, outreach programs, and litigation efforts.
As our membership grows so does our opportunity to make a difference. Please click here to download and print our membership application.
Thank you for your commitment and support!
Who We Are
What we do
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About the NAACP of Martha’s Vineyard
The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) is the oldest, largest, and strongest civil rights organization in the United States.
Your Martha’s Vineyard Branch is one of the most diverse racially and ethnically anywhere. Our active programs show everyone how effective a branch can be.
All of our members are dedicated to the cause of civil rights. Individual reasons for joining are as diverse as the membership itself.
The African American Heritage Trail
If you would like additional information about the Heritage Trail and our programs, please call Elaine Cawley Weintraub, Board President, at 508-693-4361 or visit our Web site: www.mvheritagetrail.org.
The Association for the Study of African American Life & History (ASALH)
The mission is to research, study, interpret, preserve and promote information about Black life, history and culture to the global community.
Founded in March 2002, the MV Branch supports the study of African American history and life in schools, homes churches, community groups, businesses and government.
President: Bob Hayden
For membership and other information, write or call:
P.O. 2182, Oak Bluffs MA 02557
To additional information, visit: www.asalh.org
Exclusive Rustin Movie Screening
December 10th, 2023
1:00pm at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center
Indigenous Peoples Day
at Felix Neck
Speakers & Drumming
Bring your own chair
Sassafras Earth Education