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    PENNSYLVANIA FOCUS: Blogs, Alternative Energy, NAACP, Groups and Events

    UPCOMING LABOR EVENTS:

    SOLIDARITY EVENTS IN PENNSYLVANIA:

    Allentown, PA: We Are One Press Event, Lunch, and Worksite Drop at T-Mobile
    April 4, 2011 11:30AM to 03:30PM

    The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee, where he was standing with sanitation workers demanding their dream of a better life. Today, the right to bargain collectively for a voice at work and a middle-class life are under attack as never before.

    Join in this National Call to Action on April 4 and stand with other civil and human rights activists, union members and supporters, religious leaders, and community organizations -- as we stand together across the country against a political agenda that is attacking working families, their human rights, and their dignity. This press event is sponsored by the Communications Workers of America.

    After the press event, we will have lunch, then hand bill at the T-Mobile call center at 794 Roble Road in Allentown. All are welcome to join us in support of the T-Mobile workers in the Lehigh Valley who are fighting for the rights that Dr. King gave his life for.

    The struggle of the sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee was about respect and has similarities to the struggle that T-Mobile workers are involved in now in the Lehigh Valley. We are joining together for our common dreams.

    Sponsored by:
    Communications Workers of America
    Local District 13

    Location:
    3360 Airport Road
    Allentown, PA
    18109

    Directions:
    2nd Floor - APWU Local 268 Building

    Allentown, PA: Rally for Common Sense
    April 4, 2011 04:30PM to 05:30PM

    Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tenn., where he was standing with sanitation workers demanding their dream of a better life. Today, the right to bargain collectively for a voice at work and a middle-class life are under attack as never before. Pennsylvania has cut one billion in Education while giving away 833 million to business is an injustice! Come out and raise awareness!

    Join us to make April 4, 2011, a day to stand in solidarity with working people in Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana and dozens of other states where well-funded, right-wing corporate politicians are trying to take away the rights Dr. King gave his life for. It’s a day to show movement. A day to be creative, a day to show that “We Are One.”

    Sponsored by:
    United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America International Union
    Local CAP Council

    Location:
    17 S 7th Street Allentown, PA
    Allentown, PA
    18103

    Directions:
    In front of Lehigh County Municipal Office Bldg. The map is wrong. Location is 7th st and Hamilton St.

    Beaver, PA: Candlelight Vigil
    April 4, 2011 07:00PM to 08:30PM

    This is a coalition event with the Beaver-Lawrence Labor Council, many labor locals, & the local chapters of NAACP & PDA.

    We will have candles available. We will have a variety of speakers addressing the pressing need for solidarity.

    Sponsored by:
    Central Labor Council

    Location:
    Beaver County Courthouse
    Beaver, PA
    15066

    Bethlehem, PA: Teach-In: Lehigh University
    April 5, 2011 02:00PM to 06:00PM

    Lehigh University
    Whitaker Lab Auditorium
    #303

    Sponsored by:
    Fight Back USA

    Location:
    27 Memorial Drive West
    Bethlehem, PA
    18015

    Bryn Mawr, PA: Teach-In: Bryn Mawr College
    April 5, 2011 02:00PM to 06:00PM

    Bryn Mawr College
    Campus Center Lounge

    Sponsored by:
    Fight Back USA

    Location:
    101 North Merion Ave.
    Bryn Mawr, PA
    19010

    Erie, PA: Informational Leafleting
    April 4, 2011 08:00AM to 09:00PM

    We will be informational leafleting at all of the PLCB stores throughout Erie County, Volunteers will be asked to pick up packets at the Central Labor Council offices, proceed to a liquor store (all of them in our area are open on Monday) and distribute information on why the sale of them makes no sense. PLEASE CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS, and to sign up for a shift. Thank you!

    Sponsored by:
    Central Labor Council
    Local Erie Crawford Central Labor Council

    Location:
    1701 State Street
    Erie, PA
    16501

    Harrisburg, PA: We Are One
    April 4, 2011 11:30AM to 12:30PM

    A rally to support the right of workers to organize and other civil rights will be held on April 4th between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in the rotunda of the Pennsylvania state capitol in Harrisburg.

    The rally is being co-sponsored by the Harrisburg Region Central Labor Council, the Greater Harrisburg NAACP,the Interdenominational Ministers Conference of Greater Harrisburg, the Latino American Community Center, and the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.

    Sponsored by:
    Central Labor Council

    Location:
    Capitol Rotunda
    Harrisburg, PA
    17101

    Harrisburg, PA: CLUW WE ARE ONE - Candle Light Vigil to Stand in Solidarity
    April 4, 2011 07:00PM to 08:00PM

    WE ARE ONE CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL - Central Pa CLUW will stand in support of workers right to bargain collectively for a voice at work across America!
    The labor movement means just this: It is the last noble protest of the American people against the power of incorporated wealth - Wendell Phillips

    Sponsored by:
    Other
    Local CENTRAL PA CLUW

    Location:
    City Government Center
    Harrisburg, PA
    17102

    Haverford, PA: Teach-In: Haverford College
    April 5, 2011 02:00PM to 06:00PM

    Haverford College
    Stokes Auditorium

    Location:
    370 Lancaster Ave.
    Haverford , PA
    19041

    Huntingdon, PA: Call for Workers
    April 4, 2011 04:00PM to 06:00PM

    We will be calling the local paper's opinion line with comments in support of workers' rights. We will also be calling our representatives to tell them to support workers' rights.

    Location:
    Ellis Hall
    Huntingdon, PA
    16652

    Levittown, PA: Budget Campaign Coalition Legislative Forum and Canvass
    April 9, 2011 11:00AM to 04:00PM

    Join legislators and voters in Bucks County for a forum about the PA budget and raising revenue in PA. Canvass voters in nearby neighborhoods about a Fair Share budget that raises revenue by closing Corporate tax loopholes and taxes Marcellus Shale gas drilling.

    Location:
    Boilermakers Local 13
    Levittown, PA
    19056

    Meadville, PA: Informational Leafleting
    April 4, 2011 09:00AM to 09:00PM

    We will be informational leafleting at all of the PLCB stores throughout Crawford County, Volunteers will be asked to pick up packets at the Central Labor Council offices, proceed to a liquor store (all but one of them in our area are open on Monday) and distribute information on why the sale of them makes no sense. PLEASE CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS, and to sign up for a shift. I also need someone to be the coordinator in Meadville so everyone doesnt need to drive to Erie, PLEASE CALL if you can help with this! Thank you!

    Sponsored by:
    Central Labor Council
    Local Erie Crawford Central Labor Council

    Location:
    287 Chestnut
    Meadville, PA
    16335

    Media, PA: We Are One/ Budget Rally
    April 4, 2011 12:00PM to 01:00PM

    We Are One with Wisconsin Workers.

    While standing in Solidarity with attacks on Collective Bargaining rights around the Country we will address the attacks on working families taking place in Pennsylvania. From drastic proposed budget cuts to attacks on union rights and project labor agreements-- the fight is here.

    Sponsored by:
    Southeastern PA AFL-CIO

    Location:
    Delaware County Courthouse
    Media, PA
    19063

    Mercer, PA: Solidarity Rally
    April 16, 2011 10:00AM to 12:00PM

    All local union members
    Local community members

    Sponsored by:
    National Education Association
    Local Lakeview Education Association

    Location:
    Mercer County Courthouse
    Mercer, PA
    16137

    Philadelphia, PA: see Philadelphia Focus Page

    Pittsburgh, PA: Rally and Protest: Fighting for Our Rights & An Equitable Economy
    April 4, 2011 12:00PM to 01:00PM

    Please join us as labor, community, student, environmental, faith and others come together to stand and fight for our rights that Dr. King died for and demand that CEOs and corporations pay their fair share!

    Location:
    EQT Tower - 6th St. and Liberty
    Pittsburgh, PA
    15222

    Directions:
    301 Fifth Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15222

    Pittsburgh, PA: Free Solidarity Luncheon with Mexican Labor Leader
    April 4, 2011 01:00PM to 02:00PM

    The Mexican government has launched a vicious attack against the independent labor movement in Mexico. On April 4, a national leader of the Sindicato Mexicano de Electricistas (SME), Pipino Cuevas Velázquez,will be speaking at 1:00 p.m. at USW Headquarters, Five Gateway Center (Blvd. of the Allies and Stanwix St), 15222. This lunch program will follow a noon march and rally; see http://www.we-r-1.org/

    Location:
    5 Gateway Center
    Pittsburgh, PA
    15222

    Directions:
    At United Steelworkers (USW) International headquarters on Stanwix and Blvd. of the Allies.

    Pittsburgh, PA: Leader of Mexican Electrical Workers Union Speaks at Pitt
    April 4, 2011 07:00PM to 09:00PM

    The Mexican government has launched a vicious attack against the independent labor movement in Mexico. On April 4, a national leader of the Sindicato Mexicano de Electricistas (SME), Pipino Cuevas Velázquez, will be speaking at 7:00 p.m. University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Room 107 3900 Forbes Avenue, 15260. He will be joined by local leaders of public sector unions from around the US and Pittsburgh who are fighting against cuts and the attack on fundamental labor rights. Free to the public. For more information, call United Electrical Workers (UE) at 412-471-8919.

    Location:
    3900 Forbes Ave. (Pitt Law School)
    Pittsburgh, PA
    15260

    Directions:
    Room 107 University of Pittsburgh School of Law in Oakland

    Pittsburgh, PA: Rally for PA Children
    April 8, 2011 05:00PM to 07:00PM

    We will have speakers, refreshments, and informational tables. This event is to inform members and the community of the impact of the proposed PA budget and related legislation.

    Sponsored by:
    American Federation of Teachers
    Local Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers

    Location:
    10 S. 19th Street
    Pittsburgh, PA
    15203

    Directions:
    South Side off of Carson Street

    Scranton, PA: Visit to Senator Blake
    April 4, 2011 01:00PM to 02:00PM

    Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tenn., where he was standing with sanitation workers demanding their dream of a better life. Today, the right to bargain collectively for a voice at work and a middle-class life are under attack as never before.

    People across America—black, white, Latino and Asian American—are electrified by that same dream and are standing up for the right to join together for our common dreams.

    Join us to make April 4, 2011, a day to stand in solidarity with working people in Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana and dozens of other states where well-funded, right-wing corporate politicians are trying to take away the rights Dr. King gave his life for. It’s a day to show movement. A day to be creative, a day to show that “We Are One.”

    Sponsored by:
    Central Labor Council
    Local Scranton
    Max Attendees: 10

    Location:
    409 Lackawanna Ave
    Scranton, PA
    18503

    Scranton, PA: Vigil Scranton
    April 4, 2011 07:00PM to 07:30PM

    We will hold a Vigil at the John Mitchell Statue on Adams Ave in Scranton, PA

    Location:
    200 Adams Ave.
    Scranton, PA
    18510

    Directions:
    200 Block of Adams Ave. John Mitchell Statue On Court House

    Titusville, PA: Teach-In: University of Pittsburgh at Titusville
    April 5, 2011 02:00PM to 06:00PM

    University of Pittsburgh at Titusville
    J. Curtis McKinney Student Union
    Room 116

    Location:
    504 East Main Street
    Titusville, PA
    16354

    University Park, PA: Walkout for affordable education and economy that works
    April 4, 2011 12:00PM to 01:15PM

    Tuition hikes
    Departments slashed
    Employee layoffs
    Public Education slashed at all levels

    We need to come together and demand a economy that works for the people! Not one that is balanced on the people's backs!
    Join us to fight back against Corbett, to fight for a fair economy!

    Location:
    Old Main steps
    University Park, PA
    16802

    Wilkes Barre, PA: We Are One -March and Vigil
    April 4, 2011 06:15PM to 07:00PM

    We will march from the USW Hall with Steel workers 15253 to Public Square Wilkes Barre (Boscov's Side) Hold a Rally with Speakers and have a We are One Candle Light Vigil.
    Public is invited to attned this event.
    For More information call 570-840-1650

    Sponsored by:
    United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial & Service Workers International Union
    Local 15253


    Location:
    20 South Union Street
    Wilkes Barre, PA
    18701

    Williamsport, PA: We Are One- Fighting Back
    April 4, 2011 12:00PM to 01:00PM

    Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tenn., where he was standing with sanitation workers demanding their dream of a better life. Today, the right to bargain collectively for a voice at work and a middle-class life are under attack as never before.

    People across America—black, white, Latino and Asian American—are electrified by that same dream and are standing up for the right to join together for our common dreams.
    Join us to make April 4, 2011, a day to stand in solidarity with working people in Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana and dozens of other states where well-funded, right-wing corporate politicians are trying to take away the rights Dr. King gave his life for. It’s a day to show movement. A day to be creative, a day to show that “We Are One.”

    Sponsored by:
    American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
    Local 86

    Location:
    Senator Yaw's Office 333 Pine Street
    Williamsport, PA
    17701


    PENNSYLVANIA NEWS:

    Stand in Solidarity with Working People on April 4

    Judicial Corruption: Forging election gets Judge arrested - who had switched to GOP 16 years ago

    The question the voucher man could not answer

    PA Budget: Corporate giveaways, higher property taxes, privatizing public services

    Union-Busting: ‘An Attack on All Working People’

    Billionaire Koch Bros. Move Into Pennsylvania


    BLOGGING PENNSYLVANIA:

    Lefty Blogs Pennsylvania: a roundup of Progressive News in Pennsylvania

    Progress Pittsburgh is building a broad coalition of progressives to transform the governance of our city. Decades of mismanagement by directionless leadership and regressive machine politics have put our city at the brink of collapse. We need a transformation: new vision, new blood, and a new democratic process. We are working to make this transformation happen.

    Pittsburgh Women's Blogging Society: Bringing together local women bloggers

    The Pennsylvania Progressive, brining you Pennsylvania News and Politics from a...well, PROGRESSIVE view.

    Young Philly Politics: Progressive, Young, Philadelphia Politics, from Small to Big.

    Lehigh Valley Ramblings: Conservative or Liberal, Deist or Pagan, Jersey transplant or Lehigh Valley native, we're all in this mess together. Let's talk. Let us do no harm. Today's one-liner: "Give me six lines written by the most honorable of men, and I will find an excuse in them to hang him.” Cardinal Richelieu

    THE HUDDLER: A Pittsburgh blog, political rag, cyber tabloid, and place to hear the word on the street, from the outside looking in.


    MIXING FUN AND POLITICS: Here are some organizations that mix social interaction and fun with liberal politics.

    Reading Liberally Ridley Park: A Liberal Book Club. "Saving Democracy One Book at a Time"
    Springfield, PA
    * When? Second Wednesday of each month, 7:00 pm
    * Where? Border's Bookstore (Cafe Area), 1001 Baltimore Pike
    * Hosted by Nina Walls


    Next, here are some Drinking Liberally chapters in Pennsylvania:

    Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
    * Third Thursday of each month, 7:00 pm onward
    * The Orchards Restaurant, 1580 Orchard Dr
    * Ask for the Drinking Liberally group and you'll find us.
    * Hosted by Alice Elia, chambersburg (at) drinkingliberally.org

    Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
    * Second Thursday of each month (next meeting December 13), 6:00 pm onward
    * O'Rorke's Eatery & Spirits, 44 Steinwehr Avenue (second floor)
    * New Location
    * additional parking in National Park Service Visitor Center lot behind restaurant
    * Hosted by Eileen H. Potemra, gettysburg (at) drinkingliberally.org

    Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    * Every Tuesday, 7:30 pm onward
    * Lancaster Brewing Company, 302 N Plum St (corner of Walnut and Plum)
    * Hosted by Jeff Fulmer, Monz Wenner and Cher Rineer, lancaster (at) drinkingliberally.org

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Center City
    * Every Tuesday, 6:00-9:00 pm
    * Tangier, 1801 Lombard St (at 18th St)
    * Hosted by Brendan Skwire, philadelphia (at) drinkingliberally.org

    Mount Airy
    * Every Thursday, 6:30-9:00 pm
    * Mermaid Inn, 7673 Germantown Ave
    * Hosted by Adam Zion, mtairy (at) drinkingliberally.org

    Reading, Pennsylvania
    * Second and fourth Thursday of each month, 6pm onward
    * Canal Street Restaurant & Pub, 535 Canal St (a few blocks past RACC along the riverfront)
    * NEW LOCATION!!! Great local beer from Legacy Brewing Co. & a large selection of wines by the glass.
    * NO Thanksgiving meeting, obviously. Enjoy your holiday and all those awkward political conversations with ornery family members!
    * Hosted by Kim Stahler and Dan Sauder, reading (at) drinkingliberally.org

    State College, Pennsylvania
    * First and third Tuesday of each month, 5:30 pm onward
    * Hi-Way Pizza, 428 Westerly Pky
    * Hosted by Nancy Crane, statecollege (at) drinkingliberally.org

    West Chester, Pennsylvania
    * First Thursday of each month, 8:00 pm onward
    * Ryan's Pub, 124 W Gay St (On Gay St. between Church & Darlington)
    * We are still on the once a month format and we have changed the venue to Ryan's. We'll be meeting up on the 2nd floor near the bar.
    * Remember, no need to feed the meters in town after 5pm- save that cash for drinks!
    * Hosted by Jonathan Long, Daniel Tyman and Jamie Manos, westchester (at) drinkingliberally.org

    York, Pennsylvania
    * Fourth Wednesday of each month, 7:00 pm onward
    * The First Capital Dispensing Company, 57 N Pershing Ave (We usually secure a large table or two in the back room.)
    * Hosted by Phyllis Wise, Roland Rode and Craig Thomas, york (at) drinkingliberally.org

    And some related groups that also mix politics and fun:

    Critical Mass
    Monthly at 5:30 PM on the fourth Friday
    Where: Dinosaur, Carnegie Library, 4400 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213
    Description: Critical Mass is a celebration of bicycling as a pollution-free mode of transportation. Critical Mass is not an organization nor it is affiliated with any organization, it's an unorganized coincidence. It's a movement ... of bicycles, in the streets.

    Pittsburgh Green Drinks
    3rd Friday of every month
    Check the website for locations & guest speakers:
    http://www.biothinking.com/greendrinks/index.php?country=USA&city=Pittsburgh

    Steel-City Stonewall Democrats Happy Hour
    Monthly at 17:15 on the fourth Tuesday
    Where: 965 Liberty Avenue downtown


    Here are a few Democracy for America groups in Pennsylvania:

    Gettysburg Area DFA Meetup: will be held at the Lutheran Theological Seminary on Seminary Ridge in Gettysburg the first Wednesday of each month. We gather at 6:30 pm to chat and enjoy refreshments. Our meeting begins at 7:00 PM at the Seminary's Valentine Hall, Room 206 -- across from the Seminary Library. There is parking both in front of Valentine Hall (off Springs Ave) and in the Seminary lot next to the Library. Contact Elaine Jones for more information: elainelynchjones_at_gmail.com

    Western PA DFA Monthly Meeting: second Thursday of each month, 6:00 PM, Rudy & Son Restaurant, 1641 Mercer - Grove City Rd

    Philly for Change Meeting: first Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Find out more about the group at www.phillyforchange.com


    NAACP IN PENNSYLVANIA: The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights and there is no racial hatred or racial discrimination.

    Here are some local chapters of the NAACP:

    ALLEGHENY EAST BRANCH NAACP
    500 Laurel Drive
    Monroeville, PA 15146
    William M. Bailey, President
    wbailey530@aol.com

    ALLEGHENY-KISKI BRANCH NAACP
    Dr. Liney Glenn, President
    P. O. Box 185 d.ayers5@comcast.net
    Brackenridge, PA 15014-1166
    lineyglenn@hotmail.com

    ALLENTOWN BRANCH NAACP
    P.O. Box 9418, Allentown, PA 18105
    610-797-1107
    Daniel C Bosket, President
    dbosket@caclv.org

    AMBLER BRANCH NAACP
    Evelyn H. Warner, President
    evelynwarner47@hotmail.com

    BEAVER COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    AAUD Franklin Center, 542 Franklin Avenue
    Aliquippa, PA 15001
    Willie Sallis, President
    sallis116@comcast.net

    BETHLEHEM BRANCH NAACP
    P.O. Box 1474
    Bethlehem, PA 18016
    610-866-2078
    Website: http://bethnaacp.org
    Esther M. Lee, President
    lanelee@aol.com

    BLAIR COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    2100 Sixth Avenue
    Altoona, PA 16602
    Virginia Day, Secretary
    vday@atlanticbbn.net

    BUCKS COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    P.O. Box 1271 Morrisville, PA 19067-1271
    www.bucksnaacp.org
    John W. Jordan, President
    bucksnaacp@yahoo.com

    CARLISLE BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 564 Carlisle, PA 17013
    Brenda L. Sampson, President
    brendalavore13@comcast.net

    CHELTENHAM AREA BRANCH NAACP
    P.O. Box 151
    Wyncote, PA 19095
    cheltnaacp@aol.com
    www.naacp-cab.org
    Harvey L. Crudup, President
    harveycrudup@aol.com

    CHESTER BRANCH NAACP
    P.O. Box 863 209 W 7th Street Chester, PA 19016-0863
    Office: 610.872.3664 Fax: 610.872.9303
    Darrell Jones, President
    darrell821@aol.com

    CLAIRTON BRANCH NAACP
    P.O. Box 33
    Clairton, PA 15025
    Joan Lucky, Secretary
    jlluckey@comcast.net

    COATESVILLE BRANCH NAACP
    www.coatesvillenaacp.org
    William A. Lambert, Sr., President
    wlamb71@yahoo.com

    DARBY AREA BRANCH NAACP
    P O. Box 149 Darby, PA 19023
    Sheila A. Carter, President
    scarter1015@rcn.com

    EAST BOROUGHS BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 0741
    Braddock, PA 15104
    Deborah Brown, President
    dclb_gmom@hotmail.com

    EASTON BRANCH NAACP
    P. O. Box 703 Easton, PA 18042
    Merrill Fennell, President
    merrillfennell@hotmail.com

    ERIE BRANCH NAACP
    Dorothy Smith- Frazier, President
    dsmith-frazier@phcse.org

    FAYETTE COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    137 N Beeson Street, Uniontown, PA 15401
    Clinton Anderson, President
    clintonand@aol.com

    GREATER GETTYSBURG UNIT NAACP #2384
    P O Box 4775, Gettysburg, PA 17325
    717-321-3079
    gettysburgnaacp2384@live.com

    GRATERFORD CORRECTIONAL FACILTY NAACP
    Mr. Donald Jones CM1887, President
    SCI-Graterford
    P.O. Box 244
    Graterford, PA 19426-0244

    GREENSBURG-JEANETTE BRANCH NAACP
    1101 Old Salem Rd, Suite 207
    Greensburg, PA 15601
    Ruth Tolbert, President
    tolber2@msn.com

    HARRISBURG BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 2757
    Harrisburg, PA 17105
    Stanley R. Lawson, Sr., President
    stanley_lawson@msn.net

    INDIANA COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    PO Box 7 – Indiana, PA 15701
    724-463-0631
    naacpindiana_countybranch@yahoo.com

    JOHNSTOWN BRANCH NAACP
    Dr. Clea P.Hollis, President
    NAACPJ@aol.com

    LANCASTER BRANCH NAACP
    Rev Robert O Bailey, President
    robhdma@aol.com

    LYCOMING TRI-COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 753, Williamsport, PA 17701
    Gerald Smith, President
    smithenterprisea@comcast.net

    MAINLINE BRANCH NAACP
    Rev. Albert G. Davis, President
    revagdavisjr@comcast.net

    MCKEESPORT BRANCH NAACP
    412-673-2206
    412-896-9133

    MEADVILLE BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 1422, Meadville, PA 16335
    burnett@edinboro.edu

    MEDIA BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 1973, Media, PA 19063
    web-www.naacpmediabranch.org
    Dr. Joan Duval-Flynn, President
    jed.flynn@verizon.net

    MERCER COUNTY NAACP
    PO Box 413 - Farrell, PA 16121
    Pamela J. Prince, Secretary
    princpamela@hotmail.com

    MONGAHELA VALLEY BRANCH NAACP
    422 6th Street
    Monessen, PA 15062
    naacp@midmom.com

    MONROE COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    Monroe County NAACP, P.O. Box 487, Stroudsburg, PA 18360
    Phone: 570-851-4522
    President: Ylvonne Gonzalez President@pocononaacp.org
    Secretary: Beatrice Cyrus secretary1@pocononaacp.org

    NEW CASTLE BRANCH NAACP
    Charlotte Sheffield, Secretary
    charsheff@aol.com

    NORRISTOWN BRANCH NAACP
    M. Lana Shells, President
    norristownnaacp@msn.com

    PENN HILLS BRANCH NAACP
    Joyce Davis, President
    davisbolen@aol.com

    PHILADELPHIA BRANCH NAACP
    1619 W. Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19121
    philadelphianaacp@hotmail.com
    J. Whyatt Mondesire, President
    infosundaysun@yahoo.com

    PITTSBURGH BRANCH NAACP
    2203 Wylie Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    naacp.pittsburg@verizon.net
    M. Gayle Moss, President
    mgm250@aol.com

    POTTSTOWN BRANCH NAACP
    880 Cross Street, P O Box 13
    Pottstown, PA 19464

    READING BRANCH NAACP
    529 Court Street, Suite 207
    Reading, PA 19601
    Robert Jefferson, President
    tayab115@comcast.net

    WASHINGTON COUNTY BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 188, Washington, Pa 15301
    Dean Ellis, President
    deanellis01@comcast.net

    WEST CHESTER BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 196, West Chester, PA 19381-0916
    wcpanaacp@yahoo.com
    Alice H. Hammond, President
    wcpanaacppres@yahoo.com

    WILLOW GROVE BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 140
    Willow Grove, PA 19090

    WILKES-BARRE BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 2460, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703
    WBNAACP2360@AO L.COM
    Ronald L. Felton, President
    Rfelton344@aol.com

    YORK BRANCH NAACP
    P O Box 14, York, PA 17405
    yorknaacp@comcast.net
    Eric Kirkland, President
    ekirkland1@comcast.net

    College and Youth Division

    President- Kirin Kennedy pa.yc.naacp@gmail.com
    Advisor- Rev. Elisha Morris Elishab1975@gmail.com
    1st Vice-President- Jessica Reed Jessica.reed@temple.edu
    2nd Vice- President- Travis Salters tgs5024@psu.edu

    Address- 1619 Cecil B. Moore Ave, Philadelphia Pa 19121

    Website: www.paycnaacp.webs.com
    Twitter: paycnaacp
    Facebook: Pennsylvania NAACP Youth and College Division
    myspace: myspace.com/paycnaacp

    Verna P. Carter, State Youth/College Advisor
    vpianosstm@aol.com


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