The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is an organization dedicated to the equality of all people— especially minorities—in education, politics and society. The NAACP's main goal is to oppose all discrimination based on race and to educate Americans about the negative effects of racial prejudice. The NAACP offers a number of fee-based membership options for adults and youths under the age of 21, with perks that include prescription and restaurant discounts. There are several ways to contact the NAACP if you're interested in finding out more about the organization.
Visit the organization's website. Click "About Us" on the menu list at the top of the page, which generates a pull-down menu. Click "Contact."
Review the contact information. The NAACP lists an address and phone number for its national headquarters, Hollywood Bureau and Washington Bureau, as well as phone numbers for membership, field organizing, fundraising, education and scholarships, youth and college and special events.
If you prefer to email the organization, go to the bottom of the page. Enter the country where you live. Enter your email address, first and last name, physical address and ZIP code or postal code. Enter your phone number and write the body of your email in the box marked "Your comment." Enter the word verification and click "Submit Form."
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