Pasadena African American History Walk Offers Glimpses Into Past of City’s Black Community
Local Power Washer/Adrienne Large Receives NAACP Stimulus Grant – Yourlocalpowerwash
Pasadena Now: NAACP Pasadena Branch Headquarters Transform Into Gallery for Exhibition of Two Local Black Artists
Amanda Flowers (left) and Christen Austin (right) are displaying a range of their personal works in an exhibition entitled “A Warm Colored Collection”through Feb. 24 at NAACP Pasadena Branch headquarter
NAACP Pasadena Branch President Allen Edson, kneeling at front, is joined by Pasadena firefighters and Deputy Fire Chief Tim Sell and Sell’s son at NAACP Headquarters to hand out 50 Christmas trees on Sunday, December 19, 2021. [Photo by Eddie Rivera/Pasadena Now]
Everything Co-Op: In Honor of Black History Month, Allen Edson, President of the Pasadena Branch of the NAACP Discusses the Black Family
Pasadena Now: NAACP President Allen Edson Speaks About the Lasting Influence of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pasadena Now: Leaders Reflect on Lessons of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pasadena Journal: Covered California Joins Pasadena NAACP Branch to Open ‘Get Covered’ Enrollment Center
Pasadena Now: Pasadena Activists Continue Push for ‘Community Bill of Rights’
POP Talk: #Black Lives Matter
Radio Jornalera: Life is a Song: Interview with Allen Edson, President of NAACP Pasadena
Pasadena Now: Mayoral Candidates Tornek and Gordo Address Millennials in Thursday Debate
Medium: Supporting Black Entrepreneurs Now and Into the Future
Pasadena Now: NAACP Town Hall Meeting to Feature Young Leaders in Pasadena Community
Pasadena Now: NAACP Providing Relief for Local Black Owned Businesses
Pasadena Now: Pasadena Caravan Demonstration Honors Juneteenth
Host Joe Carbonetta talks with Allen Edson, James Farr, and Martin Gordon about the African American community, the George Floyd protests and how COVID-19 is affecting black lives.
Pasadena Now: City Manager Requests Meeting with NAACP President
Pasadena Now: NAACP to Discuss Local elections at Meeting
KTLA: Lizzo, ‘Just Mercy’ Win Top Honors at NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena
Pasadena Now: NAACP, Councilmen Call for Answers in Fire Chief Reassignment
Pasadena Now: Reporter’s Notebook: NAACP and Council Comments on the Reassignment of Fire Chief Washington
Due to several requests for comments made at Monday’s City Council meeting, Pasadena Now is publishing a rough transcript of the public comment and the ensuing council discussion about the reassignment of Pasadena Fire Chief Bertral Washington to special assignment at City Hall.
LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger Congratulates NAACP Pasadena on its 100th Anniversary
Recognition of our 100th Anniversary from LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger
Thanks to Supervisor Barger and Live On Green for recognizing us on social media.
from Supervisor Barger
from Live on Green