Police Chief Recruitment Outreach The City is conducting a process to hire Eugene’s next Police Chief. Many people are interested in the Police Chief hiring and a City-wide team is assisting in the outreach and engagement efforts so that all interested groups can participate and stay informed. Staff will be at several community events throughout … Continue reading City Asks for Community Input in Search for New Eugene Police Chief
After 108 years of reasoned debate and direct action we at the NAACP understand the deep rooted aliment of white supremacy in America and the world . A malady that has kept us from achieving the greatness that our forbears lived and died for. A greatness rooted in the idea that under law and with … Continue reading Standing firm after 108 years!
In the mist of National uncertainty and leadership change the NAACP met to renew itself in the light of mounting obstacles. Recognizing the need to modernize and address issues such as climate change the NAACP national convention was well attended with many well known advocates in attendance. Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Eric Holder, and Jessie … Continue reading Act-So/ Convention Update!
The Eugene/Springfield area will be represented at the National convention of the NAACP. This year is a pivotal year for the 108 year old organization. Going into a National Convention with no presiding president the organization will be moving into new territory and our delegation will be there to witness history! In addition Faith Longnight … Continue reading Eugene to be represented at the 108th NAACP National Convention and Act-So competion.
On behalf of the National NAACP Environmental Justice and Climate Program: Please find the recently released 2017 Clean Energy Report. On June 12th the four branches of the Oregon NAACP came together in the State capital; to distribute the first ever NAACP Environmental scan of the State of Oregon. It shows that Oregon is a … Continue reading 2017 NAACP Clean Energy Report for the State of Oregon.
NAACP STATEWIDE LOBBY DAY Register Here! MONDAY JUNE 12TH 2017 Bills of interest! HB2135- Clean Energy Jobs Bill HB 2355- Data Collection Bill HB2927- National Popular vote HB2845- Ethnic Studies Bill SB 496- Grand Jury recording Bill Oregon State Capitol 900 Court St NE, Salem Oregon 97301 Room 350 10:00 AM Press Conference: Capitol … Continue reading NAACP Lobby Day!
The annual Act-So competition is this weekend and we invite the community to come out in support of youth talent and engagement. This year our competitors will be joined by the Deltas from the University of Oregon, representing one of the oldest Black sororities in the country. The ATA Jazz Big Band will also perform … Continue reading 2017 Act-So Showcase! This Sunday at the Hult Center 4-6 pm
A social justice film festival dedicated to deconstructing the media stereotypes of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans Call The Bijou Art Cinema for more info: (541) 357-0375 Check out the Blasian project here!
Pathways Not-to-Exceed (NTE) Internship Hiring Event What You Need to Know Current students, high school through Ph.D. level, will have opportunity to apply for paid Pathways Internships for the summer. Internships are available throughout the country and may last up to one year. These internships are open to students 16 years of age or older … Continue reading US Forest Service Pathways Summer Internship Hiring Event!
Press picture to learn more! http://www.squareonevillages.org/emerald SquareOne Villages is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating self-managed communities of cost-effective tiny homes for people in need of housing. We invite you to catch up on our latest news, learn more about us, and to check out our first two projects: It began with a safe place … Continue reading Square One Housing Applications Are Available!