2023 Freedom Fund Event

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April 28-29, 2023.
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We're tackling the issues that impact Black America

The South Miami-Dade branch of the NAACP was rechartered in May 2019, after having been incorporated into the Greater Miami-Dade County branch for over a decade. 

The South Miami-Dade branch of the NAACP was rechartered in May 2019, after having been incorporated into the Greater Miami-Dade County branch for over a decade. 

In March 2020, the Florida State Conference — working with representatives of branches throughout the state — published our strategic goals for 2020 and beyond.  They’re ambitious in terms of reach, membership growth, and how we hope to improve lives in our community. 

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The time is now. By becoming a member of the NAACP, you’ll join a network of activists standing up to injustice, fighting back against systemic racism, and answering the call for equality.

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News & Events

NAACP's Follow up response to AP African American History studies rejection.

The NAACP will Not Tolerate Florida DOE's Reprehensible Whitesplaining of Black Studies and Neither should the College Board...

Congratulations to Our Newly Elected Officers

UPCOMING Freedom Fundraising Event

In the WAKE of last year’s sold out Freedom Fund Brunch Event, the South Dade Branch’s signature fundraising event was the talk of the town in 2022. “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now!” Get ready for this year’s, “Where Do We Go From Here” 2023 Freedom Fund Fundraising Events to be held on April 28-29th, 2023. Get Ready, Save The Date, and Don’t Miss Out. Hope To See You There!

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Boiling Point: A City’s Fight for Clean Water


Yesterday (12/10/2022), South Dade NAACP members joined our National President & CEO, Mr. Derrick Johnson, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Mr. Leon Russell, our Florida State Conference President, Dr. Adora Obi Nweze, and other NAACP members and friends from around the state of Florida to honor and celebrate the lives of CIVIL RIGHTS HEROES Harry T. & Harriette T. Moore. This event took place in Titusville/Mims, FL.
See Event Photos  | Source: PBS Organization | Read the full Press Release  

Zero Down Payment! Zero Closing Cost Mortgage!

Bank of America Introduces Community Affordable Loan Solution™ to Expand Homeownership Opportunities in Black/African American and Hispanic-Latino Communities. The nationwide program will offer home loans with no down payment or closing cost for first-time homebuyers in Black and Hispanic communities — as defined by the census — in Dallas, Charlotte, Detroit, Los Angeles and Miami. .

Source: www.Bank Of America Read the full Press Release

What We Do

Our Committees

The NAACP works to achieve social justice and eliminate racial prejudice through the dedicated work of committee members. From the ballot box to the classroom, volunteers and leaders of the South Dade Branch are champions of social justice fighting to ensure that the voices of our communities are heard and represented.


Explore Your Passions Each year, high school students across the country start a journey to sharpen their skills through the Afro-

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Civic Engagement

The Challenge When we talk about race and justice, we’re talking about the ways that discrimination, policing, prosecutions

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Freedom Fund

Help Us Fundraise.  The Freedom Fund Committee needs volunteers to help us fundraise! The Freedom Fund conducts fundraising activ

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Climate Justice

The Challenge Environmental and climate justice is a civil rights issue. We all depend on the physical environment and its bounty.

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Upcoming Events

We’re thrilled to be in community with you all! Please join us for monthly meetings, events, and find local gatherings. Please note, as we still battle this global pandemic, all NAACP South Dade Branch meetings will continue to be held online. 

Every Third Thursday Each Month

General Body Meeting
Monthly membership meeting to discuss ideas on activities and ways we can better make our voices heard.

Every Third Thursday of each month

Education Committee
The Education Committee seeks to highlight discriminatory practices and racial bias in public education.

Second Monday of Each Month

Civic Engagement Committee
The Civic Engagement Committee welcomes YOU! We meet on the second Monday of each month.



When we fight, we win. Join millions of activists working to build an inclusive world.

Have you been discriminated?

Has a business, institution, or employer discriminated against you? NAACP South Dade Chapter is here to support you! It can be difficult to know where to start but we can help investigate your complaint and take any steps necessary to resolve the issue.