For over a century, the Seattle Martin Luther King Jr. County Branch of the NAACP
has been promoting the dream of equality and opportunity for all.
Thank you to everyone in the community who came out in solidarity with the Charleston 9 and marched with us on Tuesday.
Photos courtesy of Al Garman
Do You Know What To Do When Stopped By Law Enforcement?
Be safe not sorry! Secure and read the NAACP real world guide to interacting with law enforcement, "The 411 On The Five-O" brochure. Free copies are available at the Seattle King County NAACP Office (715 23rd Ave. S). Office hours are 10am-12:3pm Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. If you desire a copy and cannot stop by the office, please call 206-324-6600 and leave a message.
How to file a discrimination complaint:
If you have a Civil/Human Rights or Discrimination complaint that needs to be investigated, please click here for more information.
Pursuing Liberty In The Face of Injustice
Save the Date!
Seattle King County NAACP's
102nd Anniversary Celebration!
Featuring keynote speaker, Carl Mack
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