Our education committee strives to inform our community about the history, goals, and events of the national organization and Berkley County chapter of NAACP.  We support educators in our schools and promote a curriculum that includes facts regarding the treatment and contributions of minority groups in our country's history. 

 

     We believe that it's important for all people to understand the role that people of color have played in the building of our nation, the progress in the march towards justice for all, and the truth about racism today. 

 

     We encourage our members to serve as mentors to our youth through the PASS and Martinsburg Initiative programs.  Please send an email to Fay Stump if you wish to contribute your time and talents to our committee.

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