Legal Redress

Mission:  The Legal Redress Committee is responsible for: (1) investigating all reported incidents submitted to the Branch; (2)  providing assistance to Indianapolis residents seeking relief for discriminatory acts;  (3) supervising all litigation in which the Branch has involvement: and (4) keeping the national office and the branch informed on the progress of every case in which the Branch is a litigant.  


The Committee does not offer legal advice or legal representation.  The Committee serves as a liaison between individuals needing help and organizations offering quality legal services in the Indianapolis community.  If you are in need of immediate legal assistance, please contact a local attorney.

Complaint Form

Have a discrimination complaint? Fill out this form 

LDF Twitter Feed

Follow civil rights law and the courts at the Legal Defense Fund Twitter Feed

NAACP's Legal Defense Fund Website


Victory! NAACP, Common Cause Win Early Voting Rights Lawsuit

Marion County has greater access to early voting due to our work with Common Cause of Indiana.


NAACP National

Legal Docket

Some important national civil rights cases in recent years.


Get Legal Advice

Organizations and NAACP partners offer a variety of legal services and resources. 


NAACP Legal History

Learn the history of NAACP's national fight for freedom in the courts.

Mailing Address: Greater Indianapolis NAACP Branch #3053, 300 E. Fall Creek Pkwy. N. Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Phone: 317-925-5127

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