Lincoln Branch


Freedom Fund Banquet

The NAACP, Lincoln Branch's Freedom Fund Banquet, Thriving Together was held September 9, 2023 at Lincoln's Marriott Cornhusker Hotel. Our keynote speaker was Preston Love, Jr., founder of Black Votes Matter Institute of Community Engagement and the Institute for Urban Development. Proceeds from our annual Banquet help fund the NAACP, Lincoln Branch's Community Service Scholarship Fund.

The Community Service Scholarship is awarded in the spring to Lincoln high school graduating seniors who will attend a post-secondary accredited institution. To be eligible, a student must have a grade point average of 2.5 or above and be a current member of the NAACP Youth Council. Applicants must demonstrate a record of service to members of their local community documented by letters of recommendations. There is no restriction as to the field of study and the scholarship is open to all regardless of race, gender, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation.

If you would like more information or are interested in joining the NAACP Youth Council, please contact Adviser Mar’Lakuittia Overstreet at LINCOLNBRANCHNAACP@GMAIL.COM.

A Unified Voice Empowering People To Bring About Equality For All

Our Mission

The NAACP Lincoln Branch is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to eliminate discrimination and prejudice regardless of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, and faith. We work to ensure the social, economic, educational, and political equality of all persons through democratic processes.

Our Vision

The NAACP Lincoln Branch works for and envisions an America where all citizens have equal rights, equality of opportunities, and the scourges of racial hatred and discrimination are banished.

Monthly Meeting

 The third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

In Person meetings suspended due to COVID-19

Currently meeting via Zoom

Please contact a member for link

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Helping Your Child Be Successful in School


Visit the Lancaster County Election Commission for links on how to Register to Vote and to check your Voter Registration Status & Polling Place Look-up.


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Visit the Lincoln Commission on Human Rights web page for information on the Annual Civil Rights Conference, Tenant Assistance Project, and Filing a Complaint.



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