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My Brothers and Sisters, 

Our hearts and prayers are with the members of Emanuel AME Church, the family of Pastor Clementa Pinckney-state Senator and father of 2, for all those who lost loved ones, and the community of Charleston, SC.  

 Join us in prayerful solidarity tonight

6:30 PM
Little Rock AME Zion Church
401 N. McDowell Street    

Yours in Christ, 

Minister Corine Mack
NAACP Charlotte-Mecklenburg Branch

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Charlotte City Council Passes Anti-Police Profiling Resolution
June 8, 2015

"I am proud of the work we did as community leaders....I am especially proud of the relationship building of love, trust and mutual respect we nurtured through this process.We have just begun a NEW thing in Charlotte.Watch us work... United States!" -Minister Corine Mack, President, NAACP Charlotte-Mecklenburg

"So proud of my city tonight. Thanks to all those who continue to fight the good fight including Robert Dawkins, Corine Mack, John Autry, Al Austin, Robbie Akhere, Matthew Newton and countless others who make this city great!" -Lula Dualeh

"Kudos to Charlotte City Council for UNANIMOUS support of Civil Liberties Resolution and Ordinance!"  -Beth Pickering 

"Making history tonight in Charlotte, passing the Civil Liberties Ordinance unanimously to uphold racial justice in our policing." -Monica Embrey, Greenpeace


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Students & Young People: A Reason to March!
NAACP The Youth and College Division of the North Carolina NAACP explain why they are joining the Moral March on Raleigh and HKonJ People's Assembly on February 14th, 2015.