Thursday, September 8, 2016

Jefferson City NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner September 16 - 6-7 PM



Contact

Glenn Bonner
JC NAACP, 1st Vice-President

Telephone

 573-690-1097

Email

jcnaacp@gmail.com


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 16, 2016

Jefferson City NAACP 53rd Freedom fund Dinner Fundraiser

Jefferson City, Missouri, September 16, 2016– 
The Jefferson City, Missouri NAACP hosts the 53rd  Annual Freedom Fund Dinner with speaker Secretary of State Jason Kander. This year’s theme is “Vote November 8!”

The dinner is Friday, September 16, 2016 at the Capital Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City, MO.  An auction will be held before the dinner at 6 pm. The dinner starts at 7 pm. The organization is now accepting table purchases and ticket purchases. Tickets are $50.00 per person. Table purchases are a minimum of $550. 

The JC NAACP is also accepting donations for the auction. Items that have been donated and auctioned in the past include electronics, sports memorabilia, etc. Please contact Glenn Bonner at glennmbonner@gmail.com, or (573) 690-1097, for table/ticket purchases, and to make donations.  Jefferson City, MO NAACP P.O. Box 104221, Jefferson City, MO 65110-4221

“Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.  The issues faced in Missouri over the last few yearss have made the state an example - an example of what is still being determined.  We are part of the solution and we at the NAACP encourage you to join us in ensuring that Jefferson City is on the right side of discussions about justice and equality,” said NAACP President, Atty. Nimrod Chapel, Jr. in discussing the event. “We welcome everyone to the dinner.”

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Nimrod Chapel, Jr., JC NAACP President at  573-690-4033 or email at jcnaacp@gmail.com.

Jefferson City NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner September 16 - 6-7 PM



Contact

Glenn Bonner
JC NAACP, 1st Vice-President

Telephone

 573-690-1097

Email

jcnaacp@gmail.com


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 16, 2016

Jefferson City NAACP 53rd Freedom fund Dinner Fundraiser

Jefferson City, Missouri, September 16, 2016– 
The Jefferson City, Missouri NAACP hosts the 53rd  Annual Freedom Fund Dinner with speaker Secretary of State Jason Kander. This year’s theme is “Vote November 8!”

The dinner is Friday, September 16, 2016 at the Capital Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City, MO.  An auction will be held before the dinner at 6 pm. The dinner starts at 7 pm. The organization is now accepting table purchases and ticket purchases. Tickets are $50.00 per person. Table purchases are a minimum of $550. 

The JC NAACP is also accepting donations for the auction. Items that have been donated and auctioned in the past include electronics, sports memorabilia, etc. Please contact Glenn Bonner at glennmbonner@gmail.com, or (573) 690-1097, for table/ticket purchases, and to make donations.  Jefferson City, MO NAACP P.O. Box 104221, Jefferson City, MO 65110-4221

“Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.  The issues faced in Missouri over the last few yearss have made the state an example - an example of what is still being determined.  We are part of the solution and we at the NAACP encourage you to join us in ensuring that Jefferson City is on the right side of discussions about justice and equality,” said NAACP President, Atty. Nimrod Chapel, Jr. in discussing the event. “We welcome everyone to the dinner.”

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
# # #

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Nimrod Chapel, Jr., JC NAACP President at  573-690-4033 or email at jcnaacp@gmail.com.

Jefferson City NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner September 16 - 6-7 PM



Contact

Glenn Bonner
JC NAACP, 1st Vice-President

Telephone

 573-690-1097

Email

jcnaacp@gmail.com


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 16, 2016

Jefferson City NAACP 53rd Freedom fund Dinner Fundraiser

Jefferson City, Missouri, September 16, 2016– 
The Jefferson City, Missouri NAACP hosts the 53rd  Annual Freedom Fund Dinner with speaker Secretary of State Jason Kander. This year’s theme is “Vote November 8!”

The dinner is Friday, September 16, 2016 at the Capital Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City, MO.  An auction will be held before the dinner at 6 pm. The dinner starts at 7 pm. The organization is now accepting table purchases and ticket purchases. Tickets are $50.00 per person. Table purchases are a minimum of $550. 

The JC NAACP is also accepting donations for the auction. Items that have been donated and auctioned in the past include electronics, sports memorabilia, etc. Please contact Glenn Bonner at glennmbonner@gmail.com, or (573) 690-1097, for table/ticket purchases, and to make donations.  Jefferson City, MO NAACP P.O. Box 104221, Jefferson City, MO 65110-4221

“Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.  The issues faced in Missouri over the last few yearss have made the state an example - an example of what is still being determined.  We are part of the solution and we at the NAACP encourage you to join us in ensuring that Jefferson City is on the right side of discussions about justice and equality,” said NAACP President, Atty. Nimrod Chapel, Jr. in discussing the event. “We welcome everyone to the dinner.”

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
# # #

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Nimrod Chapel, Jr., JC NAACP President at  573-690-4033 or email at jcnaacp@gmail.com.

We Must Vote No to Amendment 6 on November 8!

Nimrod Chapel, Jr., Missouri NAACP State Conference


Wednesday, January 20, 2016

AFL-CIO: Labor Commission on Racial and Economic Justice

AFL-CIO: Labor Commission on Racial and Economic Justice Public Town Hall Meeting
When: Sunday, January 31, 2016
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Place: Greater St Mark Family Church
Address: 9950 Glen Owen Dr, 63136 (Chambers Rd & Glen Owens Dr)
The AFL-CIO Commission on Racial and Economic Justice will convene a hearing for union leaders and rank & file union members on racial and economic justice, February 1, 2016. The daylong hearing will take place at the United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 655 Union Hall. 300 Weidman Rd, Ballwin, MO 63011. To participate union members must RSVP in advance. RSVP can be made at the following link: https://actionnetwork.org/events/labor-commission-on-racial-and-economic-justice-st-louis?source-direct_link&
A special Town Hall meeting is being convened for community activist, organizations and rank & file union member who cannot attend the hearing on February 1 and elected officials. The public is invited.
AFL-CIO Labor Commission on Racial and Economic Justice Mission: The Commission recognize that as a labor movement we share a common desire to uplift all working people and we do this by organizing, educating and empowering our members through collective bargaining and political action. We also recognize that when we are divided, we are weaker and that to protect the rights of all working people we must reach out into the community and connect with others on their issues. We must be a part of a broader movement for social, political and economic justice.
Please come out and let your voices and concerns be heard on how organized labor can be more inclusive internally and more supportive of racial and economic justice issues in the broader community of Missouri.

Co-sponsors: Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, A. Philip Randolph Institute, Coalition of Labor Union Women, Pride at Work, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement.