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NAACP Fellowship

Advocating for human and civil rights within racial justice issues.

About the Fellowship

The NAACP-Humanity in Action Fellowship provides one Senior Fellow the opportunity to work with the the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. This fully-funded, salaried Fellowship gave a single Senior Fellow the opportunity to work alongside the leadership of the NAACP, conducting substantial research and taking part in meaningful policy advocacy in accordance with the shared mission of the NAACP and Humanity in Action. The selected Senior Fellow worked for ten months in the office of President Cornell Brooks at the NAACP’s headquarters in Baltimore. The NAACP tailored the work portfolio to the skills and expertise of the selected Senior Fellow.

About the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the oldest and most recognizable civil rights organization in the United States. Throughout its history, the NAACP has relentlessly fought against violations of civil and human rights. From lynching to segregation, job discrimination to urban poverty, the NAACP has always stood steadfast for human rights and justice. At this time of great political, social and racial tension in the United States, Humanity in Action is proud to work more closely with the NAACP.

This Fellowship was made possible by the generous support of the following institutions:

Malka Fund of the Jewish Communal Fund