Alpha Phi Alpha

Board members

Dr. Coby Davis,
1st. Vice President

NAACP Members at 2016 Scholarship Awards

Carmen Watkins, Guest Speaker at 2016 Scholarship Luncheon

NWA NAACP Chapter Luncheon 2015

John L. Colbert,
Founding Branch President

Meet the Chief of Police Meeting

Guests at scholarship luncheon 2016
2016 Scholarship
Award Luncheon
NWA NAACP 2017 Executive Committee with Arkansas’ NAACP State President Rizelle Aaron

Attendees at the 2016 Scholarship Luncheon

Northwest Arkansas Branch of NAACP
Advocacy and Issues


The NAACP National Education Program strives to ensure that all students have access to an equal and high-quality public education by eliminating education-related racial and ethnic disparities in our public schools

Through advocacy training, policy development and guidance, building collaborative networks, and direct action, the National Education program works to assure an equitable start for all Americans.

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Criminal Justice

The United States is home to the world’s largest prison population. As “tough on crime” laws have put an unprecedented number of non-violent offenders behind bars in recent years, our neighborhoods feel no more secure.

The NAACP advocates for smarter, results-based criminal justice policies to keep our communities safe, including treatment for addiction and mental health problems, judicial discretion in sentencing, and an end to racial disparities at all levels of the system.

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Civic Engagement

The NAACP is preparing to engage in a massive voter registration, education, and get out the vote campaign, active in fifty states, combined with a more aggressive “deep dive” program in targeted states.  Making use of the NAACP’s over 2,000 local units voter contact technology, grassroots volunteer mobilization and the NAACP’s strong relationships; the NAACP seeks to register hundreds of thousands voters and get out to vote millions more.

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The NAACP is committed to eliminating the racial and ethnic disparities in our health care system that plague people of color in the United States. African Americans continue to have the highest incidence, prevalence and mortality rates from chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity. Additionally issues like HIV and infant mortality have continued to overwhelm the Black community. Systemic imbalances in the health care delivery system disproportionately affect African Americans and Latinas more than their White counterparts.

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Economic Opportunity

The NAACP Economic Department recognizes the importance of the economy and economic issues in advancing an equal opportunity society and aims to address the challenging economic realities facing our country. The NAACP Economic Department’s work enhances the capacity of African Americans, and other underserved groups, through financial economic education; promoting diversity and inclusion in business hiring, career advancement and procurement; monitoring financial banking practices and promoting community economic development.

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Northwest Arkansas Branch

With a record 132 members, the Northwest Arkansas Branch (#60 AC) of the NAACP was chartered on October 19, 2013, through the vision and activism of Mr. John L Colbert.  Dedicated to improving the political, educational, social, and economic status of minorities and eliminating racial prejudice, the  members generously donate their finances and time.

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