https://www.merkley.senate.gov/coronavirus, people can get reliable resources and recommendations all in one place, for easy access to updates. If you’d like to spread the word, feel free to share the attached photo. And here is a link to Sen. Merkley’s Facebook post, if you’d like to share that. NAACP Message on COVID 19
Exclusive 15% off ticket discount to members of the NAACP Eugene-Springfield chapter mailing list: Join the Eugene Symphony for an unforgettable evening with GRAMMY and Tony Award winning Leslie Odom Jr, the original Aaron Burr in the smash-hit Hamilton! Leslie Odom, Jr performs with Eugene Symphony on Saturday, February 29 at 5:00 PM!. Members of the NAACP mailing list may redeem a 15% … Continue reading Leslie Odom at the Hult Center Feb 29th!
The Executive Board of the local NAACP Unit #1119 seeks a leader who identifies as a self-starter, with good community relations, organizational, and managerial skills to serve as the full-time Executive Director (ED). Position: Executive Director Reports to: Executive Board Classification: Full-time Salary: $40,000–$45,000, commensurate with experience. No Medical benefits available. Work Schedule: 40 hours per … Continue reading Job Posting: Executive Director
Lane Transit District Extends Community Input Timeline About Transit Tomorrow JANUARY 10, 2020 EUGENE, OR (January 10, 2020) - The Lane Transit District (LTD) Board of Directors has asked for more community engagement before it will make a final decision on the implementation of Transit Tomorrow, a draft plan on how best to deploy the District’s fleet … Continue reading National Transit Day! Feb 4th 2020
Executive Director Eric Richardson will be reading African Myths and Legends for preschoolers 12-1 pm Wednesday Feb 5th! free snacks and refreshments provided! SMART Reading Celebrates World Read Aloud Day with Challenge to Oregonians The Oregon-based children's literacy nonprofit, SMART Reading, is holding a statewide celebration in honor of World Read Aloud Day on Wednesday, … Continue reading Join us at the Mims House! Feb 5th 2020-Read Aloud Day with SMART reading program!
Join us as we partner with the City of Eugene, the University of Oregon, and the County, to come together in recognition of the importance of civic engagement and the benefits of affording dignity and equality for all people! 2020 will also mark the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage and we too will honor the … Continue reading 2020 MLK Community March! Monday January 20th 9 am to 12 noon
Environmental Justice Tour! November 2019 Bringing communities of color together to take a deep look at local Climate Justice issues surrounding pollution and health! UNETE traveled up from southern Oregon to join in the enlightening tour and talk strategies around building unity among communities of color.
POWER OF FIVE We are organizing supporters all across the country to fight for policies that respect and improve our communities.Five Minutes, Five Hours, Five Days, Five Months … Can all be used to change our Nation for the better! There is power in five. Help register five new voters.Sign up today and let us … Continue reading Activate the Vote
Robert Earl Reynolds Mr. Robert Earl Reynolds9/21/1938 - 10/20/2019Mr. Robert "Bob" Reynolds stands tall in death, as he did in life. His physical presence alone commanded deep respect and he was known throughout the Eugene-Springfield community. Quite simply, Mr. Reynolds had a big heart and was always giving. He believed in helping others, giving to those in … Continue reading We Remember
EQUITY INITIATIVESOregon StudiesCivil RightsEnglish Learner InitiativesAfrican American Black/Student EducationAmerican Indian/Alaska Native Education Welcome Oregon Department of Education has developed academic content standards for Oregon Studies and prepare materials to support teacher professional development and classroom instruction. These standards will include a balanced representation of the contribution to society by men and women of racial groups … Continue reading Student Success in Oregon