NAACP Fort Lauderdale/Broward Branch #5099-B

We Need You in the Fight

Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans. The NAACP, along with our half-million adult and youth members throughout the United States, are front line advocates committed to raising awareness for political, educational, social and economic equality of minority group citizens in the electoral process. The NAACP is actively engaged in increasing the African-American responsiveness of citizens to be fully engaged in the democratic process. Be a part of the movement to better the lives of coloured people by joining or donating to our our local branch today.

We Are on the Front Line Regarding Your Issues

Branch Monthly Membership Meeting

Our Branch Meeting are held on the 4th Thursday of each month, (Except November and December when
meetings are held the 2nd Thursday at 7PM due to the holidays).


Hosted by NAACP FTL/Broward Branch Legal Redress Committee

Members in need of legal advice on Civil Rights issues may attend and discuss their issues  with volunteer attorneys.

  1. Step one: Click on one of respective form below.
  2. Step two: Complete appropriate Complaint form (Choose from: Work Related, | Non-Work Related or Police Complaint Center).
  3. StepThree: Attend the next available Legal Redress Workshop

On the 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 7:00pm at NAACP

Headquarters located at 1100 Sistrunk Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

We Need You in the Fight

  • To ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of all citizens
  • To achieve equality of rights and eliminate racial prejudice among the citizens of the United States
  • To remove all barriers of racial discrimination through democratic processes
  • To seek enactment and enforcement of federal, state, and local laws securing civil rights
  • To inform the public of the adverse effects of racial discrimination and to seek its elimination
  • To educate persons as to their constitutional rights and to take all lawful action to secure the exercise thereof, and to take any other lawful action in furtherance of these objectives, consistent with the NAACP’s Articles of Incorporation and this Constitution.

Meet Eula Gandy Johnson -Civil Rights Activist

Considered to be "The Rosa Parks of Fort Lauderdale"

First Female President of NAACP Fort Lauderdale Branch

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