Our Mission

The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights all persons and eliminate race-based discrimination.

Easton Branch

Formed in 1944, we are a multicultural organization continuing the fight for civil rights across a range of issues. Easton members belong to the Pennsylvania State NAACP Conference and to the National NAACP.

The Easton Area School District Youth Council

The Youth Council #2852 is a branch of the NAACP.  Students meet regularly at school and participate in events such as the Little Rock 9 Awards and service projects.


For Youth Council information, contact Kendra Durrah at durrahk@eastonsd.org for further information.

Our Programming Partners & Supporters

●  Andrew W. Mellon Foundation LV Engaged Humanities Consortium

  City of Easton Mayor’s Office & Police Department

  Easton Area Neighborhood Center

  Easton Area School District

  Freedom Memorial LV

  Lafayette College Libraries

●  Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society

  League of Women Voters

  Sigal Museum

NAACP Easton Branch 


PO Box 703

Easton, PA  18042

Join Us!

We are always looking for new members!



(610) 923-9443

General Membership Meetings:

1st Monday of every month

Easton Area Neighborhood Center

902 Philadelphia Rd., Easton, PA

6:00 pm

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