March 21 Clerk of Court Candidate Forum Survey

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The Prince William Unit of the NAACP sponsored a candidate Forum featuring candidates for Clerk of the Court on 21 March. This forum was for a special election set for 18 April. The Unit President requests that those who attended please fill out the survey which can be accessed by clicking this link. Your feedback will be very useful in planning futures forums. Thank you in advance for your support.

PWC Executive Committee Meeting – 3/13/2017

Following is  a message from the Unit President, Rev. Cozy Bailey:

DUE TO THE POSSIBILITY OF BAD WEATHER, TODAY, 13 March, WILL BE A VIRTUAL MEETING ONLY.  Please dial in/log in using the provided GOTOMEETING information.


Here is the placeholder meeting for the PWC NAACP Executive Committee.

Agenda will be added to each meeting update. When the 2nd Monday occurs the day before the General Membership meeting (3rd Tuesday), then the Executive Committee meeting will be moved up by a week. If the Executive Committee meeting occurs on a holiday, then it will be moved back one day to occur on the following Tuesday.

The following meeting update is required:

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Calendar update for this meeting will be sent out shortly.

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You can also dial in using your phone.

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Access Code: 943-273-133

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Clergy & Law Enforcement Town Hall Meeting

The following is a message from Darrell  Jordan, one of our members, inviting you to attend a “Clergy & Law Enforcement Town Hall Meeting to be held at First Mount Zion Baptist Church:

From: D.J. Jordan <>
Sent: Friday, March 10, 2017 4:18 PM
Subject: INVITE: SAFE PASSAGE HOME: Perspectives on Citizen-Police Interactions

 Last summer, Del. Luke Torian held a “Clergy & Law Enforcement Town Hall Mtg” to address relationships between police and the community. Many attendees left with an unanswered question: “What does my son do when stopped by police?”

 To address this, First Mt. Zion Baptist Church member and retired police officer Earl Barrett created the idea of a community educational event to discuss how individuals should interact with police. Please join me in attending and raising awareness about this very important discussion. Click here for a flyer and here for a letter concerning the event.

 WHAT: Safe Passage Home: Perspectives on Citizen-Police Interactions 

WHEN: Saturday, March 25, 9am-12pm

WHERE: NVCC Woodbridge Campus, WS Building Lakeside Theater 

SPONSORS: Prince William Police Dept., NVCC, SPARK


D.J. Jordan

-Virginia State Board of Social Services

-Prince William Fatherhood Initiative

(c) 202-695-4863

Clerk of the Court Candidate Forum

The Chair of our Political Action Committee provided the following message concerning a forum which will be held in lieu of the usual General Membership Meeting on March 21, 2017:


Please join the Prince William Unit of the NAACP for a candidate Forum featuring candidates for Clerk of the Court on 21 March at 7:00pmThis forum is for a special election set for 18 April. Yes, a little over one month away. We have invited all candidates to participate.

Clerk of the Court Candidate Forum
First AME Church
10313 S. Grant Ave.
Manassas, VA 20110

If you have questions you would like the candidates to answer, please submit them by responding to this email with your questions.

The NAACP Forum will focus on the criminal justice and economic challenges the African American community faces in Prince William County, Manassas City and Manassas Park and how the office of the Clerk of the Court can support our community.

Check out the Prince William NAACP Game Changers below:

NAACP 21st Century Game Changers

Thank you for working us into your schedule. If you have questions or concerns, please call me at 703.368.4541. We look forward to seeing you there.

Thanks & Regards……….?

EJ Scott

PWNAACP Vice President

Chair, Political Action Committee

President’s Request of Members

The Unit President provided the following message and request to members:

“I thank you for your continued support and dedication to ensuring the civil rights of all people. I want to ensure that our monthly general membership meetings remain useful and informative for you. To that end, I ask that you take the time to complete a short survey about our February meeting. Just go to the survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete.”