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June Newsletter

Posted by fwanaacp3049 on  June 30, 2019

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Hate Crime Rally To sign our petition, please click the link below: https://www.change.org/p/freedom-fighters-fix-the-hate-crime-law?recruiter=13614321&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=share_petition&recruited_by_id=45dc55b3-6c07-4517-aaf3-265ad76ad29b Inaugural Diversity Summit We were present at Inaugural Diversity Summit! Thanks to all that stopped by our table to share and take part in the conversation about diversity and inclusion. Indiana Black Legislative Caucus Town Hall The Fort Wayne NAACP Branch 3049 hosted the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus Town Hall Meeting June 15th, 2019 at Turner Chapel AME Church. The Town Hall

EPA Launches ‘Green Interns Program’

Posted by fwanaacp3049 on  June 19, 2019

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has launched the new Green Interns Program. The EPA Green Interns Program is an entry-level program for individuals interested in opportunities at EPA Headquarters offices in the Washington, D.C. area, as well as in the Regional offices in major cities throughout the U.S. EPA Green Interns will be part of a one-year program and will join the agency at the GS-7 level. After the one-year program ends, Green Interns are

Election Security Town Hall

Posted by fwanaacp3049 on  June 19, 2019

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Wednesday, June 198:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PTParticipant Dial-in:  866-757-0756 Listen Live Online Make election security a top priority The Mueller report confirmed that Russia had interfered “in sweeping and systemic fashion.” It is clear that the Black community and our vote are targets of both domestic and international forces seeking to undermine our democracy. The event will feature policymakers and thought leaders in a candid conversation about election security, the role of social and digital media, and

May Newsletter

Posted by fwanaacp3049 on  May 18, 2019

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General Membership meetings are held every fourth Thursday of the month at 6:30pm located at the Allen County Public Library – Main Branch. Members should have received a 1st Quarter Newsletter in the mail in April along with any membership cards and/or updates. Resolutions Vote Our branch recently voted in a resolution to add “Black” as a protected class. That the National Association of for the Advancement of Colored people stand opposed to prosecutors, district
Action Alert: The Urgent need to fix the Hate/Bias Crime Law (IN) As you know , Senate Enrolled Act 198 Hate/Bias Crime Law that was signed by the Governor on April 3, 2019 did not remove Indiana from the list of five (5) states without a Hate Crime Bill. This bill failed to include the protected classes of age, gender, gender identity, and sex. I urge you to sign our petition and or call Governor