At a press conference in Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday, the NAACP and members of the clergy announced that the Department of Justice is...
Every time a case regarding a police officer killing a black citizen surfaces, there are weeks of dispute in the media, as opposing sides each have their version of events and whether it was a case of police brutality or a warranted take down of an aggressive or otherwise non-compliant suspect. Show More Summary
ABOUT TWO HOURS northeast of Charlotte, where the protests roil, sits a man who has been cartooning about police violence for a quarter-century. Last year, Keith Knight received an NAACP History Maker award for his new comics project, “They Shoot Black People, Don’t They?” “All these incidents of police brutality can no longer be hidden […]
STUDY THIS MAN, FOR HE IS THE "AMERICAN POLITICIAN OF THE FUTURE COLONIZATION" MAKE HEAVY USE OF "BLACK PROGRESSIVE RACIAL INDICTMENTS" AGAINST THE WHITE RIGHT WING In Order To Unify Your BLACK And PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALIST BASE DEFEND...Show More Summary
Reverend Dr. William Barber, President of the North Carolina NAACP, shares his thoughts on some policing practices, such as stop-and-frisk, that Donald Trump...
North Carolina NAACP chair and civil rights activist Rev. William Barber noted on MSNBC’s “Hardball” Thursday that Trump delivers one message to white communities about African-Americans and an entirely different one to communities of color. In a discussion about the recent...
Reverend Dr. William Barber, President of the North Carolina state chapter of the NAACP, talks about the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott and the...
Mike Pence won’t be getting the NAACP man of the year award. …Pence participated in a roundtable with pastors at a church in Colorado today and said, “Trump and I believe there’s been far too much talk about institutional bias and racism within law enforcement.” According to Politico, Pence defended police departments from the “rhetoric [...]
The head of Charlotte’s NAACP says it’s irrelevant whether or not Keith Scott had a gun. …Corine Mack said ultimately it didn’t matter. “I think the most important part is the contrast in him having a book versus a gun. But in my mind and in most of the community’s mind, it really doesn’t matter [...]
Click here for reuse options! Violence erupted on the second night of protests in Charlotte following the fatal police shooting of 43-year-old African-American Keith Lamont Scott. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has declared a state...Show More Summary
During a speech in Kenansville, North Carolina on Tuesday, Donald Trump lamented that black communities are in the worst shape ever - "ever ever."...
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The group wrote to County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Tuesday requesting an independent review, saying the fatal shooting of Korryn Gaines by an officer raises questions about policies
Chance the Rapper’s tour “Magnificent Coloring” began this week in San Diego. The tour kicked off with a unique partnership for a famous rapper: the NAACP. The Chance the Rapper and the NAACP will come together over the month-long tour to bring voter registration to every show with their joint #staywokeandvote campaign. Show More Summary
"Stay woke and vote"
Everybody’s favorite carefree black boy, Chance the Rapper, has announced an amazing plan to bring music and social change to his fans. The Chicago native revealed on Twitter Wednesday that he will provide concert-goers the opportunity...Show More Summary
Chance the Rapper is partnering with the NAACP to bring voter registration to the US dates on his new Magnificent Coloring World Tour. The 23-year-old artist announced his participation in the NAACP's "#staywokeandvote" campaign onShow More Summary
Someone we actually really, really, like… Chance The Rapper Holding Voter Registration Drives On Tour Chance The Rapper is proving once again that he’s a stand-up guy, this time by partnering with the NAACP. The Chicago emcee and the NAACP’s
The Chicago MC is partnering with the NAACP
I make a daily recording of Atlanta's WAOK (Black Wing Grievance and Political Opportunism Talk Radio) BUT I Have NOT Listened To A Single Episode In About 5 Months (Therefore I Am NOT DEPRESSED Over The OUTRIGHT FRAUD And COLONIZATION...Show More Summary