The NAACP is the oldest and largest civil rights organization on earth.
The NAACP Metuchen-Edison Area Branch strives to achieve equality in all facets of life for African-Americans and other minorities with the same fervor it has had since its inception 68 years ago on October 13, 1942.
NAACP BRANCH MEETINGS
Second Thursday each month, 7:00 PM
Location: The Stelton Community Center,
328 Plainfield Ave, Edison, New Jersey.
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Meetings are open to the public and feature guest speakers, open forums, roundtable discussions, and networking. Each meeting addresses topics of importance to the minority community.
BECOME A MEMBERIn Numbers We Are Strong!
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With Liberty and Justice For All
1942: While the United States fought World War II with a segregated military, the Black residents of Metuchen and Edison fought for racial equality at home. On October 13, the Metuchen-Edison Area Branch of the NAACP received its charter.
The list of our accomplishments over the past seven decades is impressive and rewarding.
Today, the NAACP Metuchen-Edison Area Branch continues the fight to achieve equality in all facets of life for African-Americans and other minorities. We approach each issue with the same fervor our predecessors did. We are the voice of people who for far too long have been ignored. In numbers we are strong! With a membership roster of dedicated and supportive individuals, affiliated and supportive organizations, we are heard loud and clear. Read more about the branch history here.
The NAACP needs your membership and participation to help us fulfill the promise of equal justice and freedom for all Americans!
NAACP Metuchen-Edison Area Branch
P.O. Box 86
Edison, NJ 08818