COVID-19 and Contact Tracing Discussion with NAACP And Amarillo Public Health

Please join us for a COVID-19 and Contact Tracing Discussion with Amarillo Public Health Director Casie Stoughton, Mayor Ginger Nelson, Health Committee Chair Floyd Anthony and our President Patrick Miller.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Saturday, Jan 30, 2021 01:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Topic: COVID 19 Presentation Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Passcode: 027107

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General Meeting Updates and Upcoming Events

In today’s general meeting:

President Patrick Miller reported on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance, and also reminded us of the upcoming Covid Contact Tracing discussion January 30, 2021 @ 1 PM with Amarillo Public Health Director Casie Stoughton, Mayor Ginger Nelson, and Health Committee Chair Floyd Anthony

Kay Pechin, Housing Committee Chair, shared important information about relief and assistance programs available to renters and homeowners. For the CDC program, declaration forms are available at the Centers For Disease Control website, Legal Aid’s website at and . For other programs, please contact Legal Aid.

Babji Yalamanchili of Keep Amarillo Clean reminds us that there will be an Earth Day/Spring Clean event on Saturday April 24, 2021. More information to come.

Please join us for the next general meeting:
When: February 13, 2021 @ 1 PM
What: General Membership Meeting
Where: Zoom (Link will be posted on, FB and Twitter)

2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Observance

Monday, January 18, 2021, the Amarillo Branch of the NAACP will be observing the 26th annual national day of service in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In keeping with the health and safety policies established by the national organization, there will not be an in-person gathering this year. Instead, officers and members have partnered with the Potter Randall County Medical Society Alliance (PRCMSA) to provide meals to frontline medical staff who have served tirelessly and at great risk to themselves throughout the current health crisis.

We support and respect other organizations and individuals recognizing Dr. King in their own way and ask that others who would observe the day through service are mindful of their own health and safety as well as that of others.

Officer Installation This Saturday

We will be installing our new officers on Saturday January 2nd at 11am.

Officers will be installed by The Honorable Potter County Constable Idella Jackson.

Please join us to welcome the incoming officers and executive committee. In keeping with health and safety requirements, and the policies set by NAACP, we ask that members attend by video.

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Recognition for President Floyd Anthony and Amarillo Branch NAACP

Our view: Anthony has provided strong leadership for NAACP, city | News Break For years, the Amarillo Branch of the NAACP has worked tirelessly toward equality for all while striving to eradicate racism. – AGN Media Editorial Board, Amarillo Globe-News

Amarillo Branch NAACP president receives city proclamation The Amarillo City Council presented a proclamation to outgoing Amarillo Branch NAACP President Floyd Anthony during Tuesday’s virtual regular session, commending his commitment and leadership. -Douglas Clark, Amarillo Globe-News

Happy Thanksgiving

2020 has been a hard year for the entire world, but like every year, there’s hope and much for which to be thankful. The Amarillo Branch NAACP would like to wish everyone a Thanksgiving filled with gratitude and joy. For ourselves, we are grateful for the opportunity to be there when you need us and for the opportunity to continue the cause of justice, equity and dignity.

Notices And Updates

IF YOU HAVE NOT VOTED, be sure to vote Tuesday and bring someone else with you too. Our lives depend on it.

If you need a ride to the polls, contact Voterlift ( for a safe, non partisan ride to the polls.

If you see irregularities or voter suppression we will be answering the phones at
(806) 367-7818

The November Executive Committee Meeting will be at the normal day and time, November 12, 6pm.