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The National Association for the Advancement of Color-Blind People was first started in 2009 by two University of Florida graduates who realized they were both colorblind and shared many similar experiences and challenges. After sharing several ideas concerning the difficulties that color-blind people face, they started the organization to gather others who feel the same way and want to make a difference. For the greater good, the NAACBP has applied for non-profit status and is awaiting confirmation and finalization of the paperwork.
NAACBP MISSION The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Color-Blind People is to facilitate change in areas where color-blind people face a disadvantage because of color inequality, as well as to work to remove these hurdles that exist for the color-blind. We are dedicated to promoting changes concerning confusion and misunderstandings due to non-color-blind friendly situations, education of color-blindness, and early identification and awareness. In facilitating change we hope to create more flexibility in fields where color-blind people have been left at a disadvantage or completely excluded.