The teen allegedly used a computer program or mobile app to disguise his voice but detectives and the FBI agents managed to track down the source of the racist messages.
A 13-year-old boy has been arrested after he allegedly left a threatening voicemail for a Georgia chapter of the NAACP. Local NBC affiliate 11 Alive reports that the 13-year-old allegedly called the Cobb County NAACP in late February and left hateful messages. “My number is kill nggers...
Patrisse Cullors is a queer artist, activist, freedom-fighter, and Black Lives Matter co-founder. Originally from Los Angeles, Patrisse is an NAACP History Maker and has received numerous awards for her activism and movement building, including being named a Civil Rights Leader for the 2st Century by the Los Angeles Times. Patrisse’s first book, When They […]
NON-VIOLENT COLONIZATION = THE MOLESTATION OF "TIME AND SPACE" CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY:Most Of You DO NOT INSPECT THE NEWS And How They STITCH NARRATIVES TOGETHER..........OR WHEN "THE CAUSE OF BLACK KIDS" ARE NOT A SUFFICIENT...Show More Summary
The Representations From The NEWS MEDIA Does Not Comport With What THE BLACK WOMEN SEEN CRYING ON THE TV NEWS Experience On The Streets Of Metro AtlantaCONSTRUCTION FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY "BIG DATA PATTERN MATCHING" SERVICE ALL Of The Black...Show More Summary
49th NAACP Image Awards – Arrivals – Splash News Tamera Mowry Suffers From Pneumonia Tamera Mowry has been hinting to her instagram followers that she’s been feeling under the weather lately. First the mama of two wrote that she was
Jacqui Patterson, the director of the NAACP’s Environmental and Climate Justice Program, joined ILSR co-founder and Waste to Wealth initiative researcher Neil Seldman and ILSR’s Communications Manager Nick Stumo-Langer for the latest edition of our Building Local Power podcast.
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Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via AP Images Hilary O. Shelton, director of the NAACP's Washington bureau, appears outside the Supreme Court in support of unions as the Court hears arguments in Janus v. AFSCME. A s the Supreme Court heard the pivotal union case, Janus v. Show More Summary
GOP FACES ANOTHER LAWSUIT OVER FOUR WAKE COUNTY DISTRICTS: Attorneys for the state NAACP, League of Women Voters, Democracy North Carolina, the A. Philip Randolph Institute and four named voters want the courts to change four Wake County districts back to what they looked like in 2011. Show More Summary
At least since 1958’s NAACP v. Alabama, it has been thought settled that state demands for the disclosure of private organizations’ membership and donor lists poses very real risks of First Amendment infringement to which courts must be sensitive. Show More Summary
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This development is unexpected: Micah Sims, executive director of Common Cause Pennsylvania, said his organization and the state NAACP are considering filing suit in federal court to challenge the new map imposed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court this week. He said … Continue reading ?
Low recently shared a cover of Al Green's 1971 classic "Let's Stay Together." Proceeds from sales of their rendition will benefit the Duluth, Minnesota branch of the NAACP. The band tweeted about the cover on Valentine's Day. "Here's a cover of 'Let's Stay Together' to keep you warm," they wrote. Listen below.
Proceeds from the single go towards Duluth, Minnesota’s NAACP branch
HRC was proud to join Equality North Carolina and other coalition partners across the state to stand alongside the NAACP-NC for the annual Moral March on Raleigh & HKonJ People’s Assembly on Feb. 10. Equipped with rally signs, “RESIST”...Show More Summary
Highlights of this day in history: President Abraham Lincoln and naturalist Charles Darwin born; The U.S. Senate acquits President Bill Clinton in his impeachment trial; Founding of the NAACP; Cartoonist Charles Schulz dies. (Feb. 12)
BUT IF SOMEONE (THIS BLOG) SHOWS THAT THE BLACK BUSINESS OWNER WAS HELD UP AT GUNPOINT, AND HAD HIS WINDOWS SMASHED AND 10 CARS STOLEN OFF OF HIS LOT - IS NOT SUFFERING FROM THE THREATS OF THE WHITE RACIST ANTAGONISTS FROM 60 YEARS AGO..................WE ARE SAID TO BE 'CRAZY' - DESPITE WHAT THE FACTS SHOW TO BE THE CASE
Ida B. Wells helped found the NAACP and crusaded tirelessly against lynching in the United States.
Watchdog groups including NAACP Legal Defense Fund and LGBTQ advocate Lambda Legal opposed David Stras' nomination.