NAACP 'Journey for Justice' marches through N.C. (WRAL-TV) - -The "Journey for Justice," an NAACP march that began in Selma, Ala. and will conclude in Washington D.C., arrived in North Carolina this weekend.http://www.wral.com/naacp-journey-for-justice-marches-through-north-carolina/14864351/ NAACP’s ‘Journey for Justice’ marches into N.C. Show More Summary
During the week a loser named Vester Lee Flanagan killed two innocent people he used to work with. Flanagan, like many others raised in Liberalism, was taught to believe that
The NAACP Legal Defense Fund has filed papers in a Louisiana case that argues that the judicial selection mechanism violates the Voting Rights Act and the U.S. Constitution, according to an LDF Press Release. In the 32nd Judicial District Court, judges are elected at-large, rather than by district. Show More Summary
Press release: On Friday, August 21, lawyers for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF), and cooperating Louisiana attorney, Ronald L. Wilson, filed papers in Terrebonne Parish Branch NAACP, et al. v. Jindal, et al., a challenge under the Voting Rights Act and … Continue reading ?
This is so epic. I love the way this guy just SHUTS DOWN the NAACP at this school board meeting. It’s high time someone put these clowns in their place:
The Georgia NAACP says it’s time to end veneration of the Confederacy at a high school in Southern Georgia, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The civil rights group is pressuring school officials to change the nickname “Rebels” from Effingham County High School because of its connection with the Confederacy during the Civil War.
UPDATE - Just As I Went To Press With This Post I Thought About "Stuff Black People Don't Like". True to form - the "Bookend To Filled Negro" was already up on the story of the "White Family In NW Atlanta Who Was Victimized By The Black...Show More Summary
First there was fake Indian Elizabeth Warren. Then there was white NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal. Now there is Black Lives... The post SPARKS FLY As Lib Activist Compares Fraudster Shaun King to Jesus ~ Featuring Dana Loesch (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Members of the NAACP were booed and called "racist" by white residents on Tuesday as they tried to make their case for removing Confederate symbols at Effingham County High School in Georgia. According the WTOC, over 500 people showed...Show More Summary
Members of the NAACP were booed and called “racist” by white residents on Tuesday as they tried to make their case for removing Confederate symbols at Effingham County High School in Georgia. According the WTOC, over 500 people showed up at the Effingham County High School Board meeting...
Democracy Now with a look back at the life of civil right icon Julian Bond: Julian Bond (1940-2015): Remembering Civil Rights Freedom Fighter Who Chaired NAACP, Co-founded SNCC: We remember the life of civil rights pioneer Julian Bond, who died on Saturday at the age of 75. Show More Summary
Violence is Black children going to school for 12 years and receiving 6 years worth of education. -- Julian Bond, former NAACP head who just passed away
In early August, a week before the one year anniversary of the fatal police shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, members and supporters of the NAACP converged in Selma, Alabama to embark on a historic march...Show More Summary
The former state legislator and NAACP chairman fought for everybody.
Civil rights advocate, social justice champion, one of the original leaders of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, former chairman of the NAACP, and co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center Julian Bond died Saturday at the age of 75 after a short illness. Show More Summary
Julian Bond, the longtime NAACP leader and civil rights champion, died late Saturday following a brief illness, according to The Associated Press. He was 75.
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In the late 1960s, civil rights leader Julian Bond was such a compelling figure that he was talked about as one day becoming the first black president of the United States.
Julian Bond, a leader of the 1960's civil rights movement and former chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), died on Saturday night. He was 75. He died in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, after a brief illness. Show More Summary