Media Contact: Patricia Norman, President Phone: (815) 291-6401 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Freeport, IL – May 15, 2023—Freeport NAACP Branch Recognizes Importance of Graphic Arts in the Black Community The Freeport Branch of the NAACP launched a graphic design...
League of Women Voters and Local NAACP Host FHN Presentation on Regional Healthcare Needs, Including Emphasis on Minority Care
FREEPORT, Ill., March 17, 2023 — The League of Women Voters of Freeport and the Freeport branch of the NAACP are hosting a presentation from FHN outlining local healthcare needs as identified in the FHN Community Health Needs Assessment in...
The Black History T-Shirt Design contest winner for the 2023 Freeport NAACP Branch is Mr. Nathan J. Taylor, artist extraordinaire. Mr. Taylor, a visual artist, painter, graphic designer, and art director, submitted three designs based on the following themes: Black...
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