Trip to New York Musical
Bus Trip to See Brodway Musical
Greater Delaware Valley Branch NAACP members celebrate the Book Signing of NAACP Life member, Bishop Ernest S. Lyght, on his latest book titled Unmasking Racism at the Willingboro Library.
Advocacy Day in Burlington County
Members Edwina Sessons, Rhonda Sessons, Tanya Sessions, Cleophus Robinson, Sharon Suber, Ronnell Brown, Stephanie Nock & Yeta Phillips attend this day long program at the Burlington Library. There were two morning workshop sessions and an afternoon Meet the Candidates Session.
Family and Friends Day
Members attended the Family and Friends Day at Woodland Lodge from 2PM - 7PM at Woodland Lodge, 19 Park St. Bordentown, NJ.
Voter Registration & Membership Drive
114TH NAACP NATIONAL CONVENTION
Boston, MA Convention and Exhibition Center
July 28 - August 1.
8AM - 1PM
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Women's History Month Program
Black History Month Program
On February 16, NAACP Greater Delaware Valley celebrated Black
History Month with Prayer, Poetry, and Music
by member Jermaine Terry of Bordentown, NJ on keyboard.
St Paul Church
Mt. Laurel, NJ
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Trip to Sight & Sound to see DAVID
Members and friends enjoyed a bus trip to Sight & Sound Theater in Lancaster County, PA to see the story of David.
A continental breakfast was provided on the bus. Lunch dining and shopping was at the Shady Maple Smorgasbord also in Lancaster.
Family and Friends Day
Members attended the Family and Friends Day at Woodland Lodge from 3PM - 7PM at Woodland Lodge, 19 Park St. Bordentown, NJ.
It was an awesome day. Lodge members were happy to meet Greater Delaware Valley NAACP.
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113th NAACP National Convention
GDV’s elected delegates, Rhonda Sessons and Edwina Sessons, listen to the public policies on racial equity, from our Vice President, Kamala Harris, at the 113th. NAACP National Convention in Atlantic City
Governor Murphy and Lt. Governor Oliver met with Branch Presidents
New Jersey’s top Officials took questions from NAACP Branch Presidents for the purpose of discussing the administration’s efforts to create a State that embodies racial, social, and economic justice.
Stony the Road We Trod
A Discussion of Black Women and the Suffrage Movement
Hosted by The Political Action Committee
The Community Coordination Committee hosted How Do Different Generations Define Present-Day Racism?
Can Criminal Records Really Be Cleared?
The Political Action & Criminal Justice Committees hosted a workshop on the process of Expungements. Ms. Rochelle McCann, the presentation speaker explained that expungements allow for the removal of criminal charges or convictions permanently.
Click here for NJ Expungement Manual
The Branch celebrated Women’s History Month with presentations made by our “amazing “ Political Action Committee. The theme was taken from the National Women’s History Alliance, The program illustrated the strength of women who refused to be silenced !! This event was narrated by our guest, Ms. Rochelle McCann, of Virginia.
For the Black History Month Program, the Branch welcomed Mr. Brian Turner, Esq. He shared conversation on police reform in light of the recent passage (3/3/2021), by the House of Representatives, of the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.