Founded in 1919, just 10 years after the national organization, we have been active participants in the fight against racial inequity. We’ve been doing this work for over a hundred years. Today we’re doubling down on creating a brighter future.
To secure the political, educational, social, and economic equity of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons. As a local branch of a national organization with world-wide impact, we do our part to obtain and uphold political, educational, social, and economic equity for all.
To create and maintain an equal world free from racial hate and discrimination.
Kiantha Duncan is a fierce and compassionate leader that has prioritized human equity throughout her career. Along with being the President of the Spokane Chapter of NAACP, she has an ongoing list of Washington State Boards and committees that she has dedicated herself to. Building a sense of community and empowering marginalized groups to stand up for themselves has motivated the young, old, and uninformed to become educated, empathetic, and above all, change.