Team Brainstorm


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DATE: July 12, 2021
TIME: 9:00 am - 3:00 p.m. EST



Monday, July 12, 2021 @ 9AM EST.


NAACP is offering a FREE day of training on redistricting


The 2020 Census has concluded, and the process of redistricting at the congressional, state, and local levels has begun. Join us for a full day of training on redistricting, race, and representation to learn how we can be most effective in this critical moment.


Scheduled panelists include lawyers and senior staff from: CensusChannel LLC; The Law Offices of Carroll Rhodes; Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; NAACP Connecticut State Conference; NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.; NAACP Texas State Conference; Southern Coalition for Social Justice; Texas Southern University; and Yale Law School.


Educational session will include: • Redistricting 101: The Basics of Redistricting • Drawing Lines to Protect One Person – One Vote • Gerrymandering • Litigating Claims Under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act • The Future of Redistricting


This program is OPEN TO EVERYONE. You do NOT need to be a lawyer to attend, but lawyers may receive up to FIVE (5) CLE CREDITS.




To FILE A COMPLAINT with the Waukesha NAACP, click HERE!

* Discrimination in Policing } An African American resident believed that he was being harassed by the City of New Berlin Police.

RESOLUTION: 4/15/2021: This situation will be monitored by legal redress and housing.

* City of Waukesha | Discrimination in prosecution of traffic violations. 3/5/2021

RESOLUTION : Situation was mitigated.  NAACP shall continue to monitor this activity in Waukesha.

* County of Waukesha Sheriffs Department | Hiring of Officer Mensa. 2/19/2021.

RESOLUTION: Work with Sophia Waukesha to object to this individuals hiring. 

* City of Delafield | Decision to keep the Gadsden Flag on municipal property which has been used to symbolize racial intolerance. 2/8/2021

RESOLUTION:  5/31/2021: The executive committee will provide a letter to the City of Delafield objecting to the presentation of flag; and, the dog-whistling of racial hatred. 

* County of Waukesha District Attorney | Discrimination against African American defendants and excessive charging. 1/26/2021

RESOLUTION: Recommendation to file a claim of discrimination against the DA in the case with the Office of Lawyer Regulation 608 267 7274 or 877 315 6941 or