NAACP Kansas City

NAACP Civil Rights Scorecard for Missouri

Voting is at the heart of any good democracy. Nonetheless, we’ve seen countless efforts in the last year that have blocked the passage of significant once-in-a-generation legislation that would further…
NAACP Civil Rights Scorecard for Missouri

Critical Race Theory

In case you missed our event on October 14th, check out our discussion on Critical Race Theory here:


To continue to fight COVID-19, it’s important that we put facts over fears and inform the Black community about the virus’ impact, vaccines, and next steps. Learn more


Rev. Dr. Rodney E. Williams, President NAACP Kansas City, MO Branch On August 6, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the 1965 Voting Rights Act into law, expanding the right…


Recent incidents are reminiscent of an atrocious era of hate and domestic terrorism where police officers and white protesters routinely brutalized African-Americans. The senseless death displays the continuance of systematic…