NAACP MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to achieve equity, political rights, and social inclusion by advancing policies and practices that expand human and civil rights, eliminate discrimination, and accelerate the well-being, education, and economic security of Black people and all persons of color.
CHATHAM COMMUNITY NAACP MONTHLY MEETINGS
The Chatham Community NAACP monthly meetings are held each fourth Monday afternoon at 2:15pm (currently via zoom)
CHATHAM COMMUNITY NAACP
14th Annual Mother of the Year Banquet
April 22, 2023
Honoring Mrs. Deborah Turrentine with guest speaker Rep. Robert Reives II
January 1, 2023
13th Annual Mother of the Year Banquet
April 30, 2022
12th Annual Mother of the Year Banquet
Learn more about what happened in the family of one of the early United State's wealthiest Free Black men, Lewis Freeman of Pittsboro, NC. Laws hindered Lewis Freeman from passing along his status and wealth to his son. Five generations later, Harold P. Freeman tells how despite growing up in poverty, he capitalized on the riches of love his family afforded and helped reshape how the medical system works--especially for the poor--in the USA today.
Note: You can support the Chatham Cares Community Pharmacy by contacting Becky Loflin at loflinbecky @ yahoo.com (no spaces in actual email) to inquire about purchasing a cookbook for $20.