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2022 Award Recipients


Leadership Award - Anne Austin, Attorney at Law

Diversity Award - Andrew Smith and Barbara Smith

Humanitarian Award - Pastor David Meek

John Lewis Young Leader Award - Mark Rine

Woman of the Year - Rev. Diantha McLeod

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Join us as we recognize the contributions of these wonderful leaders

"The Cookeville-Putnam Branch of the NAACP renounces their efforts as an attempt to whitewash the history of oppression and atrocities perpetrated against Black Americans in those Confederate states during its history of chattel slavery."

The Cookeville/Putnam Branch renounces the proclamation of Confederate History Month

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About Our Branch

The Cookeville-Putnam Branch of the NAACP is growing and would love to broaden its support throughout the five-county district.  Learn more about your local chapter by clicking below. 


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