The Political Action Committee: (1) seeks to increase registration and voting; (2) works for the enactment of municipal, state and federal legislation designed to improve the educational, political and economic status of minority groups; (3) seeks the repeal of racially discriminatory legislation; (4) works to improve the administration of justice; (5) works to secure equal enforcement of the law; and (6) keeps the National NAACP Office, the NAACP Washington Bureau, and the Branch informed of all proposed legislation which affects minority groups. The Committee is non-partisan and does not endorse candidates for public office.
For the first time in Census history, the United States' white population fell. The data makes it clear – the United States is an increasingly multi-racial nation The NAACP is working to ensure that new districts reflect this nation's growing diverse population.
As jurisdictions across the country engage in the redistricting process, the NAACP will continue to advocate for a fair process that encourages community engagement and will carefully review redistricting plans to ensure that maps are fairly drawn and that they comply with Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
As Americans, we endeavor to form a more perfect union that truly establishes justice and equality for all. A deeper understanding of the 14th Amendment critical.
Voting is a fundamental right and all eligible voters should have the equal opportunity to exercise that right. The League of Women's Voters is dedicated to ensuring that our elections remain free, fair and accessible. (20-21:Handbook&Bylaws)