How did we get here, how do we move forward?
Join this discussion hosted by affiliate organizations.
Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020
11 AM–2 PM via Zoom
Open to the Public
September 13-26, 2020 will establish policies and programs of action for the ensuing year. Join us as we have imperative conversations discussions around COVID-19, voting and economic stability.
The Vision and Mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race; to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred. We have a long and honorable tradition of social justice in this country.
As a branch of the nation’s foremost, largest, and most widely recognized civil rights organization we embrace the objectives of our parent organization and stand together in our fight for freedom and equality.
The fight for equal rights and equality are far from over and the fight for freedom is not free. Join us in the war against the racial disparities that are still too prevalent in America.
(Virtual) - Monday, October 12, 2020 - 7:00 PM
Zoom credentials for our monthly general body
meeting will be sent to members via email.
The Green Party Candidates wlil not appear on the Ballot. This means that your ballot will be mailed out very shortly if you have requested that an Absentee or Vote by Mail ballot be mailed to you.
Drop boxes have been ok’d there will be 11-18 drop boxes across the county. The plans are to locate the boxes inside public libraries. They will be monitored. The boxes will be emptied every evening at 8 pm by a Sheriff deputy with a body camera. The ballots will be returned to voter services, sorted by precinct, and stored in a safe until they are ready to be counted.
Your mail-in ballot must be enclosed in the ‘secrecy’ envelope for the mail-in ballot to be counted. The PA Supreme Court also ruled that any ballot mailed by Nov. 3 and received at voter services by Friday, Nov. 6 would be counted. Based on that date, we would prefer ballots to be returned in the mail by Oct. 25th. After that date, you should plan to use the drop boxes with your last option being to bring the whole mail-in ballot package, ballot and two envelopes to the polling location to be spoiled and then vote a normal ballot.
President: Kyle Boyer
2nd VP: Alice Thomas
Treasurer: Renee Washington
Secretary: Reginald Weaver
Dr. Wayne Croft
Rev. Kyle J. Boyer is an educator, social justice advocate, and minister. His work and studies lie at the intersection of education, public policy, and theology. A career educator, he has taught at the middle and high school levels, and is a member of the Tredyffrin/Easttown School Board and an associate elder at Mt. Carmel Church of God in Christ in West Chester.
He is a graduate of the George Washington University, the University of Pennsylvania, and United Lutheran Seminary.
Until further notice all meetings be conducted virtually.
P.O. Box 196, West Chester, PA 19380, United States