August 6th is the 53rd Anniversary of the signing of Voting Rights Act of 1965; November 6th is Midterm Elections. It is vital to understand what is at stake in this election and why you cannot sit this one out. Find out from those who know what is at stake and how you can get involved and make a difference.
Please join us for an important Voting Rights Panel Discussion featuring:
Judge U.W. Clemons, Former Judge of the U.S. District Court
Judge Vanzetta McPherson, Former U.S. Magistrate
Eva Kendrick, State Director of the Human Rights Campaign, Alabama
Sarai Portillo, Executive Director, Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice
T. Marie King, Millennial, Speaker and Social Justice Activist
Damion White, Millennial, Student Activist and Political Campaign Consultant
Refreshments will be served from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
For More Information, call 256-444-1300 or visit our website www.alnaacp.org, follow us on and
With a Justice Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court, we could see reversals of hard-won gains securing equal opportunity in education, employment and housing. We could see further exclusion of communities of color from participation in our democracy.
We could see racism continue to flourish within the criminal justice system. We could see the elimination of effective tools for proving discrimination. We could see the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the guarantee to accessible health care for millions.
The NAACP has understood the importance of fair-minded justices since 1930 when we helped defeat a Herbert Hoover nominee to the Supreme Court, John Parker.
We will fight this Trump nomination with everything we’ve got. Our state conferences, branches and units are fully engaged to tell their Senators that our civil rights hang in the balance and that Kavanaugh must be defeated.
To each and every Senator, we say: This is THE civil rights vote of your career. We will be watching closely. Make no mistake – we are in the fight of our lives, and we hope you are prepared for battle.