The NC branch marked its anniversary at the NC Legislature Thursday morning. The grouped talked about policies for the next 100 years.
The NC Black Legislative Caucus acknowledged the work of the NAACP. The groups have been partners in fighting for social justice.
State NAACP President Rev. William Barber outlined plans for social change. He specifically noted equality during the country's tough economic times.
Rev. Barber said the NAACP should make the poor a priority, if the federal stimulus money is distributed to North Carolina.
The public is invited to join the NAACP Saturday for its third annual People's Assembly on Jones St.