On Monday, January 18th from 9am – 12pm, the Philadelphia NAACP and Black Clergy will host a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration at Bright Hope Baptist Church.
NAACP President Featured on Comcast Newsmakers Jill Horner speaks with Minister Rodney Muhammad, President of Philadelphia NAACP, about legislation that would remove the names of officers in cases of police shootings of civilians. Recorded November […]
THE PHILADELPHIA NAACP 2015 ANNUAL AWARDS GALA “JUSTICE: A NEW WORLD IN MY VIEW” FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2015 First District Plaza Ballroom 3801 Market Street, Philadelphia Special Guest Honoree Dick Gregory Social Commentator/Human Rights Activist […]
MEDIA ALERT Danielle P. Jeter 267-562-2179 NAACPphilly@gmail.com Chapter Website: www.philadelphianaacp.org The Philadelphia NAACP to lead Voter Empowerment Campaign WHO: Minister Rodney Muhammad President of Philadelphia NAACP Chapter, The Black Clergy of Philadelphia […]
President, NAACP Philadelphia Branch 1996-2014 Whyatt was elected president of the NAACP Philadelphia Branch in 1996. His unique style of leadership helped to reinvigorate the branch and increased its membership to over 5,000. A member […]
August 16, 2015 Statement issued by Minister Rodney Muhammad NAACP President Philadelphia The NAACP was saddened to hear that Julian Bond long time Civil Rights champion has passed. His career in our struggle for freedom […]