NAACP Support of Domestic and International Terrorism Data Act

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The NAACP-supported Domestic and International Terrorism DATA Act, H.R. 3106, passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a unanimous vote on September 26, 2019.  The legislation has now been sent to the U.S. Senate, which must pass the bill before it can go the President for his signature to become law.  This bill would ensure that for centralized, reliable, publically accessible information on terrorism and its roots is available to inform the American people as well as federal, state, and local law enforcement of effective counter-terrorism policy making.

Click here to access a more complete discussion of this Act and actions recommended by the NAACP.

Justice Forum

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The Prince William NAACP invites you to the Justice Forum on Thursday, 17October at 6:30pm at Freedom High School.  Meet and get to know the candidates running to be your next Commonwealth’s Attorney and Sheriff for Prince William County.

Dr. Avis Jones DeWeever will be our moderator for the evening. Have questions you want the candidates to answer? Register and submit your question here.

The Justice Forum is a joint forum hosted by the Prince William County chapters of the NAACP, League of Women Voters and the National Pan-Hellenic Council along with the ACLU and the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy. 

Reception and refreshments at 6:30pm.  Forum starts at 7pm.  Click here to see a flyer for location and more information. Attendees are asked to register here