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NAACP Vice President for Campaigns to speak in Boise

Marvin Randolph will speak at the Fund for Idaho reception, 1 to 2:30 p.m., Saturday, April 5 at the Bishop Tuttle House of St. Michael’s Cathedral, 512 N. 8th St. in Boise.

Randolph will speak on the connection between the historic Black Civil Rights movement and Idaho’s Add The Words campaign.

Groups scheduled to attend the reception iinclude St. Paul’s Baptist Church, the Idaho Black History Museum, the Treasure Valley NAACP, and members of the Add The Words coalition.

As a noted community organizer, activist and non-profit and campaign manager with over 25 years of experience, Randolph works to advance the NAACP’s issue priorities in education, health, climate justice, economic justice, and voting rights.

For more information about Randolph or the Fund for Idaho, please contact Gail Heylmun at 208-343-1744 or at gail@fundforidaho.org.

Marvin Hi Res Headshot

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