Join the Detroit NAACP Youth Council for their 2nd Annual Haunted Open House. Come out for food, fun and to learn more about the Youth Council. This event is for youth ages 12-18. Join us for a scary good time!
For 22 years the Come to Tee Golf Outing & Benefit has supported our annual Afro-Academic Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) program that has provided over 1500 high school students in Detroit and Metro-Detroit scholarships and talent development opportunities. Students can compete in 32 different categories — STEM, Business, Performing Arts, Culinary Arts, Visuals Arts, and Humanities.
This nationally awarded enrichment program is designed to recruit, stimulate, improve and encourage high academic and cultural achievement among high school students. The ACT-SO program centers around the dedication and commitment of community volunteers and business leaders to serve as mentors and coaches for our year long enrichment program that promotes academic and artistic excellence among African-American and minority students.
By joining the #22For22 Challenge, you can help more high school students participate in the ACT-SO program. Twenty-two new teams for our 22nd Annual Outing will sell out this year’s golf course! Everyone that sales or purchases a new foursome by Aug. 27th, will receive a chance to win an overnight stay with breakfast at the luxurious Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, MI. Please see the packages below and reserve your hole today!
Foursome – $1,200
* 18 Holes of Golf
* Continental Breakfast
* Lunch at the Turn
* 5 Course Dinner Buffet
* Door Prizes and Special Gifts
Beginners Golf Clinic – $300 per person
Learn to Play Today!
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Door Prizes
* 3 Hour Group Professional Lesson
* 9 Holes of Golf
* Certificate Presented at the Banquet
Contact the Detroit Branch NAACP today to register or learn about sponsorship opportunities. Call (313) 871-2087 for more information or click the link http://detroitnaacp.org/events/come-to-tee/ to download this year’s 2018 Come to Tee Golf Brochure.
Please see the attached press statement given by Detroit Branch NAACP President Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony regarding the Detroit Public Schools Community District School Board Superintendent search.
DETROIT – The Detroit Public Schools Community District continues to face challenges as well as opportunities to both stabilize and move our school district to higher academic heights. It is a school district that has been plagued by financial, academic, and personnel obstacles. The newly elected Board of Education is to be commended for its efforts to bring to solvency, as well as to re-establish the school district of Detroit into a first class, academically proficient, and student- learning center for the people in this community.
NAACP Taskforce Members along with Detroit Branch NAACP representatives and UAW Ford (seated from left to right) Robin Williams (District of Columbia); Gloria Sweet Love (Tennessee); Alice Huffman (California); Hazel Dukes (New York) and Adora Nweze (Florida). Michael Curry (Massachusetts); Kamilia Landrum, Program and Membership Services Director, Detroit Branch NAACP; UAW Vice President Jimmy Settles, 1st VP, Detroit Branch NAACP; Yvonne White, President, Michigan State Conference NAACP; Derrick Johnson (Mississippi); Angelique Peterson Mayberry, Vice President, Detroit Public Schools Community District School Board; Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony, President, Detroit Branch NAACP; Michael Turner, NAACP National Board of Directors and Detroit Branch NAACP Executive Committee and James Gallman (South Carolina)
Members of the NAACP Education Taskforce held their 5th hearing in Detroit on Wednesday, March 8. The hearing took place at Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School. Detroit was the 5th of seven stops for the hearings regarding education quality. The Detroit hearing focused on the recent NAACP Board Resolution that called for a moratorium on charter school expansion. Invited panelists shared insights with the task force on the current state of traditional public schools and charters and answered questions from the task force. Attendees were also encouraged to sign-up and give public comment.