In addition to its regular monthly meetings, the NAACP Albemarle-Charlottesville Branch has  events throughout the year as well as participating in other important community events.  Click here for information on events.


Membership Meetings

Branch Meetings are held every 2nd Monday of each month unless otherwise notified.
Meeting Place: the Media Center at Jackson P. Burley Middle School located at 901 Rose Hill Drive.  Please enter the parking lot by the big rock on Rose Hill Drive and park in the lot just behind the rock or around the back of the building by the Media Center.

Meetings begin at 7 pm.

Everyone is welcome to all speaker presentations that are done  at the beginning of the meeting. (Notice will be published if there is a speaker at a meeting).  

The Business meeting begins after the presentation and one must be an active NAACP member to attend. 

On Monday, June 10, 2019 Louis P. Nelson, Vice Provost for Academic Outreach and Professor of Architectural History at the University of Virginia, will be our guest speaker.

He is a specialist in the built environments of the early modern Atlantic world, with published work on the American South, the Caribbean, and West Africa.  His research engages the spaces of enslavement in West Africa and in the Americas, working to document and interpret the buildings and landscapes that shaped the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

Nelson is working on a second collaborative project to understand the University of Virginia as a landscape of slavery.  That important work, combined with the events of August 2017, led to Nelson’s co-edited book of essays:Charlottesville 2017: The Legacy of Race and Inequity; and increased focus on outreach into the local community. His first-hand experience with the recent conflicts in Charlottesville combined with his enslaved labor research brings an informed scholarly perspective to global racial issues, historical and present, makes Nelson a sought-after speaker in Charlottesville, across the country, and internationally.

Executive Committee Meeting

Held every 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 pm in the Albemarle-Charlottesville NAACP Branch Office
703-C Concord Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22902
(in Virginia Organizing Project building; 2nd floor)




A time in which we acknowledge our roots-those who brought us as far as we have come.
Held in February of each year.


The Freedom Fund Banquet is the major fundraising event for all branches of the NAACP.

 The Freedom Fund Banquet is the major fund raising Your contributions and donations allow us to offer valuable workshops, scholarships and activities for our youth and adult membership as well as for the larger community that we serve.  Your contributions and donations also make it possible for our branch to have representation at state, regional, and national conferences where members receive important information and training that promote civil rights and justice for all!