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Historically, the Black Faith-Based Institutions has been a source of empowerment, anchoring our people in faith while we fight for justice.  Since our founding in 1909, the NAACP and the Black Church have had a long history of combating racial hatred, systemic oppression and centuries of psychological trauma in this struggle for racial equality.  The threat against Black lives is prevalent now more than ever, and together we can amplify our strength to collectively, empower of our people. Thank you for your support and consideration.  The NAACP Washington, DC Branch understands that the struggles of the Black Faith-Based community are synonymous with the experiences across the Black community.  We are united in this fight for racial justice. 


Rev. J. R. Williams, NAACP Life Member, stated “The Black experience is housed in the Black church.”

NKJV 2 Timothy 1:

For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and of a sound mind.


Through GOD, we have power to fight poverty and injustice.  Stand in your power, for we do not fight alone.


Rev. Vincent Van

Religious Affairs Chair 

President Akosua Ali spoke at the historic, Metropolitan AME Church, as the LayDay Social Justice Speaker. 

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