The Communications, Press and Publicity Committee seeks to promote the work of their local Branch through press, radio, television, print, and social media.
The Community Coordination Committee aims to enlist the support of other community organizations on issues affecting the interests of People of Color.
The Criminal Justice Committee seeks to eliminate harsh and unfair sentencing, advance effective law enforcement practices, and fight for the restoration of voting rights.
The Education Committee seeks to eliminate segregation and other discriminatory practices in public education, remain informed of school conditions, and aim to be a center of community education on issues affecting minority communities.
The Finance Committee ensures the overall financial health and success of the Tucson Branch of the NAACP.
Jessie Sanders & Cheree Meeks
The Freedom Fund Committee plans and conducts fundraising activities, entertainment for local and national purposes, while working closely with the Finance Committee.
The Health Committee works to promote, protect and maintain the health of People of Color, assesses the health needs of the local community, and advocates for equal access to health education, care, treatment, and research for all.
The Housing Committee studies housing conditions in the local community, receives and seeks to address complaints of housing discrimination, and opposes all public and private restrictive housing practices.
The Legal Redress Committee shall investigate all cases reported to it, supervise all litigation, and keep the National Office apprised of each case's progress.
This committee does not provide general legal advice.
The Membership Committee provides oversight and makes recommendations of the administration of units and develops programs to increase membership.
The Political Action Committee seeks to increase voting registration, repeal racially-discriminatory legislation, and work to secure equitable law enforcement.
This Committee is non-partisan and does not endorse candidates for public office.
WOMEN IN THE NAACP (WIN)
The WIN Committee addresses civil rights issues affecting women and children. WIN enhances the leadership role of women, and serves as an advocacy vehicle.
YOUTH & COLLEGE
WAITING ON 2020 ELECTION
The Youth and College Committee recommends policy, advocacy, and programmatic activities pertaining to the civil rights concerns of young people and people of color.