Religious Affairs

The NAACP Constitution outlines the Religious Affairs Committee which shall: (1) in consultation with the President and CEO, enlist the support of religious leaders to promote an educational program to give moral and ethical interpretation to the civil rights struggle as an integral part of accomplishing the mission of the Association; (2) in consultation with the President and CEO, work with religious groups on the membership, fundraising and political empowerment activities of the Association; and (3) in consultation with the President and CEO, recommend annual work plans and resources to effectively implement the policies and programs related to religious affairs.