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2017 Indiana State Convention
Steadfast and Immovable
October 26-29, 2017
2500 S. High School Dr.
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October 26, 2017
State Education Summit
October 27, 2017
Opening Plenary Session
Richard Womack, AFL-CIO / USW
Soul Food Dinner and Public Mass Meeting
1st Baptist Church N, 880 W. 28th St., Indianapolis
October 28, 2017
WIN (Women in NAACP) Breakfast
Pa , author of Child of Civil Rights Movement
Mary Walker, Wisconsin State Memberhip Chair
Youth & College Division Luncheon
Freedom Fund Scholarship and Awards Banquet
Rev. Mark Thompson, radio host of "Taking it to the Streets"
October 29, 2017
Closing Plenary Session
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Every pancake has two sides, a colloquialism, the easiest way to describe the decision facing Gary residents their elected representatives, Methodist and Franciscan representatives. NAACP Gary branch stepped into the pool of misgiving between residence, elected representatives and the two hospitals of the merger Franciscan and Methodist to vent their concerns of any future deal.
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Passage prompted by NAACP, IUPUI partnership
As of July 1, all Indiana high schools will be required to offer ethnic and racial studies as an elective course at least once every school year under Senate Enrolled Act 337. Act 337, a bill authored by Sen. Greg Taylor, D-Indianapolis, was signed into law last week by Gov. Eric Holcomb during a private signing ceremony.
Chrystal Ratcliffe, NAACP’s Indianapolis chapter president, said the initial focus was on Black history, but the group expanded its approach.
“It started with the idea of requiring teaching of African-American history in Indiana schools and became a multi-cultural education requirement with the support of IUPUI professors and a diverse coalition,” said Ratcliffe. “We are grateful to Senator Taylor for his persistence and leadership on this issue.”Garry Holland, the chapter’s interim education chair, Ratcliffe and others in the organization worked with African-American, Native American, Latino and Asian cultural education experts to successfully push for passage of the law, the result of four years of advocacy in the Indiana General Assembly 0605201710:29