Mar-Saline Branch
-- since 1939 --

Mar-Saline Branch
of the
National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People
Marshall, Missouri





Mar-Saline NAACP


The NAACP offers scholarships for our youth. These opportunities are available on both a 
national and local levels. CLICK HERE for more information on our local scholarships. For information on
national and other resources CLICK HERE!




Contact us:  Clyde L. Williams, President, 660-886-5965, P.O. Box 435, Marshall, MO 65340



About Us:  Home Page | Calendar | Branch History | Action Alerts News Articles | Blog |  Branch Officers and Committees | Letters to the Editor | Past "Front Pages" | Archived Action Alerts |

 Become a Member On-Line (Enter 4069 for Unit Affiliation)  |  Renew Your Membership On-Line (Enter 4069 for Unit Affiliation) |  Branch Committee Sign-up Form

Know Your Rights:  The 411 on the Five-O |   Excessive Use of Force
Local:  Area Links
NAACP:  National  |  National job search - Submit your resume  | Scholarships  |  The Crisis magazine
Resources:  MO Commission on Human Rights
Elected Officials for Marshall, MO: Federal  |  Federal & State  |  City 


Next Branch Meeting:     
 May 23,  2011 (4th Monday)
275 S. Redman Ave.
Center/The Highrise)










Stand Up
 Be Counted 

   If you're not registered to vote,  you can call the National Voter Registration Hotline at 1-866-MYVOTE1 (1-866-698-6831). Voter Information can be found here:

Registration also available at the County Clerk's Office.
   If you are aware of someone who is not registered, please let them know about our webpage and encourage them to register.

More information as to why


Shallow understanding from people of good will is more frustrating than absolute misunderstanding from people of ill will. Lukewarm acceptance is much more bewildering than outright rejection.

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Letter from Birmingham Jail  (Text and Audio)

We all find flag burning repugnant. We find burning crosses repugnant. But they have been burning crosses longer than they have been burning flags, and there has been no rush to a constitutional amendment to stop the burning of the crosses.

Jesse L. Jackson


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