Rev. Frederick Shaw was elected president of the NAACP Inglewood South Bay branch in November 2020. Shaw, who had previously served as past President of the NAACP Compton branch, brings his advocacy and passion to Inglewood. As president of the NAACP Compton branch partnered with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights and with support of the NAACP National office was able to get the “Child Safety Medication Act“ past into federal law and signed into law by President George Walker Bush. Rev. Shaw co-founder of CCHR International’s Taskforce against Modern Day Racism, which already comprises more than 80 members nationwide from the African American community, including clergy, psychologists, attorneys, civil and human rights activists, is also a spokesperson for the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a 51-year mental health industry watchdog.
Rev. Shaw intends to lead the NAACP Inglewood South Bay charge to address and handle the social issues that negatively affect the African American community.
Emmy Award-winning actress Michelle Stafford, with the support of the Young and the Restless cast and production crew, bought out a local Big Lots toy section to ensure hundreds of children will be receiving gifts this holiday season. The NAACP Inglewood/South Bay is working with community organizations to distribute the gifts, generously donated by the cast and crew of the Young and the Restless.