Along with a dinner and a program, Ohio Congresswoman Joyce Beatty gave the keynote address.
The NAACP says several candidates for the offices of State Representative, Judge of Common Pleas Court General Division and Juvenile Division, County Commission, County Auditor, County Recorder and County Clerk of Courts are expected to attend.
The NAACP said they commend the hard work of local law enforcement and are confident in law enformcent's ability to keep people safe throughout the city.
NAACP officials held a press conference along with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, urging citizens not to engage with the hate group’s protests. They say that while the group has the constitutional right to gather, they also want to make sure everyone in Dayton remains safe.
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – On Monday night, a handful of the twelve members of the Dayton unit NAACP Economic Development Committee briefed NAACP members on their efforts from the past year. Local economic experts comprised the group and they researched three specific concepts in the West Dayton area that includes Trotwood and Jefferson and Harrison Townships. Those […]
Premier executives will also answer questions.
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN ) – The Dayton Unit of the NAACP held its 51st inaugural ceremony Thursday night at the Dayton Cultural and RTA Transit Center. Derrick Foward took the oath of office. He was re-elected as the 26th president of the chapter. On the national level, Foward said he’s interested to see how the […]
The group says the cameras disproportionately target the poor.
The Dayton Unit of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People hosted a “Career Job Fair” in conjunction with Montgomery County and the City of Dayton.
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – FEMA is connecting with the Dayton NAACP to give storm survivors better access to federal and local resources. This comes as 1,400 storm survivors have gone in and out of FEMA recovery centers. In all, 2.5 million dollars has been distributed to more than 1,000 people. Friday, the NAACP came out […]