The committee shall enlist the
support of other community organizations on issues
affecting the interests of minority groups, and
promote positive communication between the Branch
and community organizations.
committee shall promote economic empowerment via
workshops and 2) shall review economic development
plans to ensure there are no discriminatory policies
committee shall 1) seek to eliminate segregation and
other discriminatory practices in public education;
2) study local educational conditions affecting
minority groups; 3)investigate the public school
system and school zoning; 4) familiarize itself with
textbook materials there from which is racially
derogatory; 5)seek to stimulate school attendance;
6)keep informed of school conditions and strive to
correct abuses where found and 7) aim to be a center
of popular education on the race question and on the
work of the Association.
committee shall consist of the President, Treasurer,
and at least one other member. It shall study the
financial needs of the branch and shall be
responsible for drafting an adequate annual budget.
committee shall plan and conduct the annual event.
It shall work closely with the Finance Committee.
The committee shall ensure equitable access to the
health care system; shall review local policies for
health care for low income and minorities.
committee shall study housing conditions in the
local community; 2) receive and seek to address
complaints of discrimination; 3) oppose all
restrictive practices whether public or private and
4) disseminate information and render such other
assistance which may eliminate discrimination in
committee shall 1) investigate all cases reported
to it; 2) supervise all litigation in which the
Branch is interested and 3) keep the National Office
and the Branch informed on the progress of every
case. It shall not give legal advice.
The committee shall work throughout the year to
maintain and increase the membership of the
Association; 2) be responsible for planning and
organizing the annual membership campaign and 3) be
responsible on a continuous basis for soliciting new
members and for securing renewals.
The committee shall seek to increase registration
and voting; 2) work for the enactment of municipal,
state and federal legislation designed to improve
the educational, political work to improve the
administration of justice; 3) work to secure equal
enforcement of the law; 4) keep the National Office
and the Branch informed of all proposed legislation
which affects minority groups. The Committee shall
be nonpartisan and shall not endorse candidates for
The committee shall endeavor to secure publicity for
the work of the Branch and the Association in the
local media; 2) attempt to interest persons in
charge of local news media on conditions affecting
minority groups; 3) seek to counteract derogatory
and erroneous statements in local media about
minority groups; 4) be responsible for forwarding to
The CRISIS items covering branch activities and
important local affairs and 5) act as far as
possible as an agency for the promotion and sale of
The CRISIS. No publicity shall be released without
first being approved by the President of the Branch.
Committee shall include ministerial and lay
religious leaders who are members of the Branch. It
shall 1) promote an educational program designed to
give moral and ethical interpretation to the civil
rights struggle; 2) interpret the work of the
Association to organized religious groups of all
faiths; 3) enlist the support of such organized
religious groups for membership, fundraising and the
struggle for equality and full civil rights and 4)
provide resource assistance for religious education
and social action activities, associated with the
improvement of race relations.
NAACP Clearwater and
Upper Pinellas County Branch - Clearwater, Florida
Serving Largo, Clearwater, Safety
Harbor, Dunedin, Oldsmar, Palm Harbor and Tarpon Springs