program card image

The NAACP’s history and advocacy work in Iowa will be the subject of ¬†Betty C. Andrews’ program “Steadfast and Immovable” at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18 at the Betty Strong Encounter Center. Admission will be free; a reception will follow.

“Advocacy is more than just protest,” says Andrews, a nationally recognized community change agent.

Andrews is State Area President of the Iowa-Nebraska NAACP Conference of Branches which includes more than 30 chapters. She is credited with bolstering mobilization of the civil rights organization in her jurisdiction.

At the Encounter Center, Andrews will address strategies for leading change and achieving sustainable goals. Her program is offered by the Center in cooperation with the Sioux City NAACP.

A former broadcaster, Andrews is a public speaker, registered lobbyist and parliamentarian. She owns and operates Betty Andrews Media, a media, events and strategic communications firm in Des Moines, Iowa.
Postcards peaked in popularity during the first decade of the 20th century. In the 12 months preceding June 30, 1908, 677 million postcards were mailed.