The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint
This is San Diego’s oldest and largest Black newspaper approaching its 60th year in publishing.
Black San Diego
To provide a platform for Black-owned businesses, Entrepreneurs, and Black Professionals in San Diego in order to empower and strengthen our community.
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NAACP San Diego
North San Diego County NAACP
The NAACP’s principal objective is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of minority citizens of the United States and eliminate race prejudice. The NAACP seeks to remove all barriers of racial discrimination through democratic processes.
Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce
OUR MISSION is to create generational wealth through business enterprise, education, employment, and investing. Our GOAL is to support the business, career, and financial success of our Chamber members which results in the economic empowerment of our Communities. The Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce utilizes innovative programs, networking opportunities, and business partnerships to advance and strengthen Inclusive Economic Development throughout the City and County of San Diego.
National Council of Negro Women San Diego
NCNW San Diego Section was organized and chartered by the City of San Diego in 1966. Since its inception, NCNW San Diego Section has focused on fulfilling its goals with programs and projects that provide critical services to women, children, and families. NCNW San Diego Section provides mentoring and educational support to children and youth and disseminates information to adults about issues affecting their lives and the lives of their families.
The times demands that NCNW San Diego Section draw strength from our 49 years of dedicated work serving the community, we continue to remain a source of help, inspiration and hope. NCNW San Diego Section work is far from being done. We are as committed as ever to the fundamental principles upon which we were founded – to lead, develop, and advocate for women, their families and the community.
Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association
The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association is dedicated to helping at-risk communities access effective legal representation and advice. To that end, we sponsor events like our popular Neighborhood Law School. These courses are designed to give useful legal information on a variety of topics to the public, including employees, business owners, landlords, renters, or anyone who lives or works in San Diego.
The Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association was originally founded in 1976 as the Association of Black Attorneys of San Deigo County. The Association was dedicated to advancing the political, economic, educational, social, legislative and legal interests of the African American community in San Diego County—a mission we proudly carry to this day.
San Diego Black Police Officer’s Association
To increase the awareness of the community, to be the conscience of the Criminal Justice System, and to enhance the quality of life in the African-American community. The BPOA was established as an Employee Resource Group in 1974. Prior to that date the organization was known as the Minority Officer’s Association.