Ask The Messengers: NAACP Detroit Branch 110th Anniversary


Ask The Messengers’ Public Relations Director Derek Hill attended and showed support at the 67th Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner at the Rooster Tail, where the NAACP Detroit Branch celebrated its 110th Anniversary.

Founded in 1912, the Detroit
Branch of the NAACP operated in local communities to fight against segregation and discrimination in housing, education, employment, voting, and racism.

During the event, Speeches were dedicated in thanks to several black leaders such as Rev. William Osby and Rev. Robert Bradby Sr. for how they came together to establish the Detroit Branch NAACP and fight against injustice in the city of Detroit.

While attending, Derek Hill met and spoke with Hollywood Actor Lemman Rucker(Above) and Wayne County Sheriff Ray Washington(Left).


The NAACP’s theme for this year is FREEDOM IS EXPENSIVE, BUT TYRANNY IS UNAFFORDABLE.

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