Norfolk Branch

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The NAACP, founded in 1909, is the nation's oldest and largest civil
rights organization.  The Norfolk branch, one of the oldest branches
in America, was established in 1916.

  From the ballot box to the classroom, hundreds of dedicated workers,
organizers, leaders, and members who make up the Norfolk Branch
continue to fight for social justice for all Norfolkians.

We are excited to have you visit our website.  We hope that by you
learning about the Norfolk Branch you will be inspired to join in the
continuing fight for social justice in Norfolk.

The Monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of each month 
and are held at the Huntersville Community Center, 830 Goff Street,
Norfolk, Virginia 23504, 6:30 p.m.6

Executive Committee Meeting 
First Monday of the month - 6:30pm

General Meeting
Second Monday of the month - 6:30pm