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Representing the towns of Arlington, Everett, Malden, Medford, Winchester, and Woburn.

Join us in our fight for equality, civil rights, and community support within the Mystic Valley Area!

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This past March we lost a dedicated and longtime member of our branch, Ann Mathes.
Mystic Valley Area Honors Ann Mathes

Ann's Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, May 18th at 4:00 p.m at First Parish UU, Pleasant St. & Mass. Ave., Arlington. Let us continue her dedication to peace and justice and her spirit of perseverance.

What's Happening

What's new
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There is no safe level of lead; not in drinking water, and not in the human body. Please join us to learn more about lead in drinking water, why it is a racial justice issue, and what you can do in your community to solve it!

Even a small amount of lead can harm health. Lead has effect, across a variety of contexts; lead paint, lead in water, and more; and progress has been made; but lead in the water, is still a crucial issue.

How can you find out if your drinking water have lead? What steps can you take to get lead out of your drinking water? How big a problem is lead in drinking water, for homes in Woburn? Come and find out!

A recent, and exciting additional measure, is the development of Lead Free Plumbing Standards, which are in the process of being implemented, as well.

This informative program, is free, and open to the public; on-line. Anyone can register, and receive a link for on-line access at:

If you have questions or would like to join the MVA NAACP Environmental Justice Committee contact:

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Join us for a lively discussion, and learn more about the two reparations bills currently in the Massachusetts State Legislature and how to advocate for them

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The Mystic Valley Area NAACP is proud to partner with the AdMeTech Foundation in bringing awareness to Prostate Cancer and the Prostate Cancer Equity Program.

In case you missed the virtual event you can view it and find more information about the resources available through the Prostate Cancer Equity Program for Massachusetts residents.

The return of the Annual Freedom Fund Breakfast was a success!
Thank you to all of our sponsors!

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Check out the
2023 Freedom Fund
Program here!

Highlights of our speakers, branch history and all of our gracious sponsors.


AdMeTech Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to ending the prostate cancer crisis by advancing early detection and treatment, and is a supporter and partner of the NAACP New England Area Conference (NEAC). Dr. Faina Shtern, President of AdMeTech Foundation, presents the Prostate Cancer Equity Program in Massachusetts.

Cheers to 50 Years Clean Water Action's 50th Anniversary and Annual Fall Celebration in MA
Clean Water Action received the Clean Water Champion award at CleanWaterMA 's 50th Anniversary and Annual Fall Celebration on October 6th. In case you missed the event, check out the program here and the video recording below!

Recent Releases


The newly established Environmental Justice Committee partnered with the Clean Water Fund, to host #Get The Lead Out, a hybrid program to educate community members that there is no safe level of lead- not in drinking water, nor in the human body. If you weren't able to attend, check out the recording!

In Spring 2021, the Reparations Committee called more than 400 members of Congress, including every member of the House Committee on the Judiciary, during the lead up to their historic markup of H.R. 401. The committee continues to engage legislators through Chapter Conversations. In June 2021, the committee had a Chapter Conversation with Assistant Speaker, Congresswoman Katherine Clark, who serves the Fifth District of Massachusetts, on A Political History of America's Black Reparations Movement.


We are grateful for the support of our members and others who want to help us pursue social justice.


Your donation helps ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of everyone in our community. 

Mystic Valley Area Branch is a 501(c)(4) organization. Gifts and contributions are not tax deductible as charitable contributions. However, a portion of your dues is passed on to the NAACP National Organization, and these payments are tax deductible. Please contact them to obtain the applicable tax deductible amount.

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