Greetings, It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Nyack NAACP's website. The Nyack Branch NAACP covers Clarkstown, Haverstraw, Orangetown and Stony Point.
The Nyack NAACP was founded in 1928. Since its inception, the Nyack Branch has remained vigilant in the struggle for freedom and justice and has acquired significant gains in education, youth work, housing, health, civic engagement and economic development. The Branch also has a great record for addressing education inequities, voting rights, housing discrimination, and racial profiling. Each year, the Nyack NAACP hosts a freedom fund dinner. This year will mark the 61th anniversary of the Branch's annual freedom fund dinner. All are welcome to attend our monthly General Membership meetings which are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm at the Nyack Center, 58 Depew Ave, Nyack.
Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to seeing you at our events. Please follow us us on Facebook for updates on our Branch activities.
News & Events
Young Adult Committee's Upcoming Events
Nyack NAACP At Work In The Community
@nyack center blog - Remembering a day with Toni Morrison
The Nyack and Spring Valley Branches, including Presidents Dr. Frances Pratt, Willie Trotman and Mid-Hudson/Westchester Regional Director Wilbur Aldridge will be recognized, at Rockland Negro Scholarship Fund, 2020 Scholarship Gala on Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 3 PM - 8 PM at the View, 101 Shad Row, Piermont, NY.
Judy Peaks was honored by her church, St. Charles AME Zion, during its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Day Celebration for her contributions to the community.
Bill Batson and Reginald Anderson were honored by the Rockland County Legislature during its observance of African American History Month for their accomplishments and service to the community.
Adal Regis was honored by the Nyack Center during the Center's African American History Month Celebration for his outstanding service to the youth of Rockland.
Who Are We?
Strategic Game Plan
THE SIX NAACP GAME CHANGERS ARE THE MAJOR AREAS OF INEQUALITY FACING AFRICAN AMERICANS THAT ARE THE FOCUS OF THE NAACP’S WORK.