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Disrupting the Status Quo

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50th Annual Juneteenth Jamboree

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 | 3-7 PM

Central Hillside Community Center

An afternoon of community & fun, BIPOC-owned businesses, free dinner, community resource fair and more!

Premier Sponsors include:

Planned Parenthood North Central States | Lake Superior College | Ordean Foundation | Pizza Luce | 1 Roof Community Housing | The YMCA | Miller-Dwan Foundation | UMD Office of Diversity and Inclusion | Whole Foods Co-op | Fine Event Design

For more information, to host an informational table, or to sign up as a BIPOC vendor, please email 

Freedom Fund Dinner

Thanks to all who made the Freedom Fund Dinner a great success and helped the Duluth NAACP to launch its new endowment fund, Ignite Empower Transform.

See job posting for Community Coordinator position with the Economic Empowerment Center.

Sponsored by:

Parking Sponsor

MN Power logo

Equity Sponsors

Lake Superior College logoSuperior School District logoThe College of St. Scholastica logoKrenzen logo

Advocate Sponsors

 Ordean Foundation logo UMD Office of Diversity & Inclusion logo    UMD Swenson College of Science & Engineering logo Whole Foods Coop logoLamar Outdoor Advertising logoPlanned Parenthood logo


Lake Superior Dental Associates logo LHB logoPeak Perspectives logoNorthspan Group logoKnutson Custom Construction & Design logosHarbortown Rotary logo St. Luke's logo

Graphic and Design Sponsor

Finden Marketing logo

Click here for more information about sponsorship opportunities.  

Empower change in your Community.

Make a gift now to help dismantle racism, fight for issues that affect the Black community, and ensure that Black lives are a priority in all spaces.


We're tackling the issues that impact Black America

We're committed to dismantling racism and disrupting inequality to create a society where all people can truly be free. Our work includes civic engagement, systemically building racial equity, and supporting policies and institutions that prioritize the urgent needs of Black people, who are most impacted by race-based discrimination. From city halls to the Supreme Court, using advocacy and litigation, we will secure civil rights for everyone.



Complaint Form

If you have a discrimination complaint that you would like to file with the Duluth NAACP, fill out the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

General Meetings

Please note that General Meetings have been moved to an online platform. 

General membership meetings take place on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 6:30 pm.

Our monthly November General Membership meeting will be in person this Sunday, November 19th at the Central Hillside Community Center: 12 E 4th St, Duluth, MN 55805 with option for Zoom link. Information will be emailed to members.

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