The NAACP Economic Department’s work enhances the capacity of African Americans and other underserved groups through financial economic education; individual and community asset building initiatives; diversity and inclusion in business hiring, career advancement and procurement; and monitoring financial banking practices.
The Committee on Economic Development seeks to implement local efforts and support national programs to preserve and expand economic empowerment among African-Americans and other communities of color by. (1) researching and establishing relationships with private and public entities; (2) supporting the work of the National NAACP Office in monitoring the progress and activity of private and public economic development entities designated by national NAACP programs; (3) implementing local efforts to promote the growth of business ownership; (4) increasing employment and job creation; and (5) encouraging business development and home ownership.
The NAACP stepping up its efforts to pressure the Biden administration to cancel student debt
Join us as we launch our campaign to cancel federal student loans by a minimum of $50,000 and beyond.
There is no plan to close racial wealth gaps that does not include addressing the Student Debt Crisis. Student debt relief is the much-needed policy solution in the midst of this economic crisis.
Legislation Policy and the Black Student Debt Crisis-Report
The School Districts of Chester County Recruiting Consortium was formed by the Chester County Public School Districts to search for and identify quality, certificated professionals.
Prospective teachers are interviewed at career fairs and campus visitations by representatives of the School Districts of Chester County, Pennsylvania Recruiting Consortium. Find out about upcoming events.
The Labor and Industry Committee attempts to improve the economic status of minority groups by: (1) working to eliminate discriminatory employment practices in industry and government, wage differentials based on race, unequal opportunities for training, promotion and unfair dismissals; (2) encouraging greater participation in the trade union movement; (3) working to end discriminatory practices in labor unions; (4) securing the enactment of local, state and federal fair employment practices legislation; and (5) working for improved opportunities in vocational and apprenticeship training.
When possible order directly from the restaurant rather than an outside food delivery service. Outside delivery services may cut into the restaurant’s profits. Note: this list is not maintained by this organization.