The Legacy of the NAACP
For more than ninety three years, the NAACP has been built on the individual and collective courage of thousands of people. People of all races, nationalities and religious denominations, who were united on one premise --that all men and women are created equal.
Although, one could write great prose about the triumphs of the NAACP, there is nothing more powerful than the facts of how the existence of the oldest civil rights organization has changed the face of history for this country. And despite threats of violence, and official government policies that were racist the NAACP continued and will continue to persevere. This is the legacy of the NAACP!
 
   
The Boston College Chapter Legacy
The Boston College Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People boasts a proud heritage of over 25 years of service and activism to the Greater Boston community.
The Boston College Chapter is a branch of a large network of chapters, councils and branches working together to promote the issues of the minority community and bringing injustices to light. Currently our chapter is over 35 members strong and is lead by an eager and aggressive Executive Board.