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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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A special service to bear witness

Wednesday, May 25th @ 7:30 PM

Winchester Unitarian Society

478 Main Street, Winchester, MA

Offering to support the Mystic Valley branch of the NAACP

Masks are required

Recent Releases

The Network for Social Justice is offering a free, new allyship workshop for the community that is happening June 9 &16th from 7-9pm.

Allyship for the Future: Growing our power for cross-community collaboration will be a facilitated workshop co-led by both a white and facilitator of color, focused on the theory and practice of allyship.

If interested register here!


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.


Members of the branch participated in numerous Juneteenth events taking place across the Mystic Valley area. Celebrations and observances took place in Woburn, Medford,  Malden , Arlington, Everett, Winchester and the  First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington . Juneteenth flags were raised, speeches, poetry, music and more were parts of the celebrations. Check out some photos from the events and recordings!


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.

For general inquiries, please contact us at info@mva-naacp.org

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