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Nassau Affirmative Action Project

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MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION:

SIGN OR PRINT YOUR NAME BELOW AND SEND IT TO

naaprj@optonline.net 

 

      Nassau affirmative action project

                                                                                                 Box 2033 Point lookout ny 11569-2033

                                                                                                                naaprj @optonline.net

                                                                                                                                                                516-457-9833

              Mission statement

 

 

WHO: a voluntary citizens network of leaders from throughout nassau county, representing the diverse ethnic & minority communities of nassau county, as well as, the religious, political & cultural sectors of the County.

 

WHAT: The Nassau Affirmative Action project is a mult-tasked venture dedicated to the elimination of the systemic racism that grips nassau county, which is one of the most segregated communities of its kind in the nation;

 

When: now and over the period of next 5 years the structures of racial oppression are to be challenged, encountered & surmounted in ways that will bring attention to & eliminate  the disparities in economic opportunity, education & life that exist between the minority & majority POPULATIONS.

 

Where: in Nassau County & the towns, cities and municipalities that comprise Nassau county; in schools & churches; in the private, public & volunteer sectors & in those agencies of government where incompetence, negligence and malfeasence discourage and deprive Nassau County’s citizens of the rights and services to which they are entitled.

 

Why: Through a sustained and co-ordinated campaign naap seeks nothing less than the thorough rehabilitation of the econonmic, governmental & cultural infrastructure that maintains & promotes the segregated system now in place.

 

How: through the mobilization of the disenfranchised, impoverished, & disempowered and at risk populations, particularly, in latino & African American neighborhoods, NAAP represents a coordinated & sustained mobilization of community action, education, non-violent action,& civic, political, economic & social empowerment.

 

through non-violent tactics & techniques;  by invoking the  Human and Civil rights guaranteed to all Americans; by confronting County, State and federal government leaders and department and agency executives derelict in enforcing Civil and Human Rights laws, through  Civil suits and public hearings, seminars, conferences, planning and strategy sessions, education and community programs.

____  I wish to be an Associate Member( name will not appear on Letterhead).

____  I wish to be considered for the Board of Directors ( Name will appear on the Letterhead).

____  I wish to be considered for the  Board of Advisors ( Name will appear on the letterhead )

____  I cannot join at this time but I am in full support of NAAP's goals & objectives

 

 

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NASSAU AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PROJECT (NAAP)

 

advocates

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Barbara Allan

Pat  Dellatto

JASON STARR, Esq.

Pam Neely

Dr. joseph volker

Rev. Jonathan Wharton

Andrena Wyatt

Serena Alfierit

Doug Mayers

Rahshima Zatar

REV. REGINALD GRIFFIN

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 "War destroys. And we must cry out for peace.
Peace sometimes gives the idea of stillness, but it is never stillness.
It is always an active peace.
I think that everyone must be committed in the matter of peace,
to do everything that they can,
what I can do from here.
Peace is the language we must speak."
Pope Francis

 

 

 
                                            ~Pope FRANCIS