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President's Message

We Make Black History

The NAACP East Valley Branch is ready to Celebrate Black History Month, and continue working to bring healing to our community. Join us as we honor our ancestors and continue their work.

RECORD SEALING CLINIC. People with non-violent offenses on their legal records may be eligible for record sealing. Record sealing can open up housing, employment, and education opportunities. It also can restore voting rights.

This event will be offered free of charge to the entire community on Saturday, February 18 between 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM at the Humanist Society's Community Center located at 627 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Mesa, AZ 85201. RSVP information will be shared on social media ASAP.

The NAACP East Valley branch does not offer legal counsel nor advice. Pro bono services are being offered from legal professionals from the community.

SUPPORTING BAIL REFORM. Learn more by attending our free, online information session on February 7 at 6:00 PM. (Registration information will be shared on social media ASAP.)

FIGHTING TO END THE SALE OF FLAVORED TOBACCO products which are killing our children. Follow us on social media to learn more.

FIGHTING FOR THE RENAMING OF PUBLIC LANDMARKS which currently honor former Ku Klux Klan members. We call for local community leaders like Michelle Brooks-Totress, Lincoln J. Ragsdale, and Mary & Moses to be honored.

SPREADING THE MESSAGE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EQUITY at Black History Month celebrations across the East Valley.

Many hands make light work. Join us today! Become a member, and donate to help offset the costs of the this work to build Black power and strong communities.

Kiana Maria Sears, President East Valley NAACP

Legal Redress

The NAACP can help you file a Legal Redress complaint if you feel you have experienced discrimination.

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