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It's Impossible to Lie About Your Race

There's an important question being left out of the furor over charges that Rachel Dolezal, the former head of the NAACP's Spokane chapter, has been "lying" about her race: How can you lie about something that doesn't have any objective...Show More Summary

It's Impossible to Lie About Your Race

There's an important question being left out of the furor over charges that Rachel Dolezal, the former head of the NAACP's Spokane chapter, has been "lying" about her race: How can you lie about something that doesn't have any objective...Show More Summary

NAACP warns black churches about suspected arson attacks

The NAACP warned black churches Tuesday to take "necessary precautions" as authorities in Southern states investigate whether several church fires over the last week were arsons.

Though Black Female Neighbor Admits That The Shooting Of Two Black People And The Murder Of Her Unborn Baby Will Cause The Entire Black Community To Grieve - "#Black Lives Matter" Will Not Hold A March And The "NAACP" Will Not Petition The US Attorney Gen

AS LONG AS YOU ARE NOT EXPECTING "GOVERNANCE" THAT PRODUCES A "DESIRED STANDARD OF LIVING" FROM WITHIN - YOU CAN KEEP UP YOUR FRAUDULENT DIVERSION SCHEME THAT IS DOING NOTHING MORE THAN YIELDING YOUR SPIRIT TO "PROGRESSIVE OUTSOURCI...

Ala. NAACP to Investigate Numerous Claims of False Drug Arrests and Abuse

Numerous people attended the Pickens County, Ala., NAACP meeting on June 29 to complain about false arrests from a drug sweep. The state’s NAACP said that the organization is launching an investigation, WBRC-TV reports.

Charleston Then

What I remember most about Charleston in 1963: the August heat that no courtroom fan could defeat and my NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF) colleague Connie Motley, a woman I once described as " solid as an oak tree...who suffered little nonsense" from segregationists. Show More Summary

Former NAACP President defends Confederate flag: ‘Black folks earned a place of honor and dignity’

Well this is…unexpected.  With all of the recent outrage concerning the Confederate flag, there is a former president of the NAACP who is…defending it? A former president of the North

North Carolina NAACP President Compares Woman Who Removed Confederate Flag To Rosa Parks

The president of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP compared Bree Newsome, the woman arrested after removing the Confederate flag from a flagpole in front of the South Carolina Statehouse on Saturday morning, to Rosa Parks. In a statement sent to The Huffington Post, Rev. Show More Summary

NAACP petitions to remove a large Confederate flag flying over I-95

A large Confederate flag on a 90-foot pole flies over Interstate 95 in Virginia, north of Fredericksburg, and the local chapter of the NAACP wants it down.The activist group Virginia Flaggers, who say the flag honors Confederate soldiers,...Show More Summary

Another Race Faker: South Carolina Republican Governor Nikki Haley Lied About Being White — Rails Against ‘Voter Fraud’

Weeks after news broke that former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal had lied about being black, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is coming under fire for lying about being white! For… READ ON

Nullifying The Embedded Confidence Man's "Keep Your Enemy On Trial So You Don't Indict Your Friends" SCHEME: CHICAGO - "Violence Is The Cost Of Doing Business In The South Side Of Chicago"

THE MISSION ACCOMPLISHED ZONES WITH THE STRONGEST "NAACP CHAPTERS" ALSO HAVE THE LARGEST GAP BETWEEN WHAT "BLACK PEOPLE INVESTED THEIR VALUABLES INTO" AND THE MEASURABLE WHOLESALE DEVELOPMENT THAT HAS BEEN ACHIEVED Fox 2 News Headli...

What I Learned About Style from Michael Jackson’s “Black or White”

Last week Rachel Dolezal threw American pigmentocracy through a loop gurl, and I am still gagging. When I learned about the massive contributions Dolezal had made to the NAACP and African American community, however, I admittedly asked...Show More Summary

Being Blackish: Race and Self-Identification

Rachel Dolezal, former president of the NAACP of Spokane, Washington, was "outed" for being White and apparently lying. That aside, the question remains: can a person feel like or identify as another race in a way similar to taking on a new gender identity? Our Census Bureau seems to think that's sufficient. Show More Summary

VIDEO: And Now for the Inevitable Rachel Dolezal Late-Night TV Spoofery

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Former Spokane NAACP executive Rachel Dolezal spent much of her adult life doing a kind of impression of herself in order to pass as black. On Monday night’s “Late Night With Seth Myers,” comic actor Maya Rudolph, who actually comes from a mixed race background, debuted her impression of Dolezal.

The NAACP's First Trans-Racial Leader

The summer of 1919 had been a contentious one for a country in the throes of its first World War -- and under the radar, for a nascent Civil Rights movement. In the middle of the fury, a small, 26-year-old activist named Walter Francis...Show More Summary

Watch: Maya Rudolph’s Hilarious Rachel Dolezal Impression  

When Rachel Dolezal’s story made news, the jokes immediately started. And some people even said that former SNL player Maya Rudolph would be perfect to provide an impression of the former Spokane, Wa., NAACP branch president.

BOSSIP Exclusive: Alabama Sheriff Arrests Blacks To Bring In Profits

Alabama Sheriff David Abston Slapped More Than 100 Blacks With Drug Charges To Boost County Coffers, Arrestees Say. NAACP Asks U.S. Justice Dept To Intervene The Pickens County Ala. courthouse is a brick Victorian era building in downtown Carrolton—and home

No Joke: Most Black Voters Think Rachel Dolezal Should Have Stayed At The NAACP

Well, it’s come to this [emphasis mine]: Most voters agree that racial identity should be based on birth, not preference, but black voters are...

The First NAACP Member Killed in the Civil Rights Struggle Memorialized 75 Years Later

Brownsville, Tenn. policemen snatched Elbert Williams from his home in the middle of the night, on June 20, 1940. His body was found—beaten and with bullet wounds—three days later in the Hatchie River. The authorities didn’t investigate his murder and had him buried in an unmarked grave, according to the committee organized to establish his memorial.

Attorney Won't Stop Probing This Man's 1940 Murder

An old black-and-white photo on Jim Emison's desk haunts him and goads him to right a long-buried wrong. In the photo, a man named Elbert Williams peers into the camera, along with other charter members of the NAACP's Brownsville branch, an audacious group of men and women who registered black...

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