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Shortcomings seen in Kaine utility to Clinton ticket

Ben Jealous, former president of the NAACP and a Bernie Sanders supporter, talks with Rachel Maddow about the pluses and minuses of having Senator Tim Kaine...

Quotes: "No More Excuses" (Obama's NAACP Speech 2009)

We've got to say to our children, 'Yes, if you're African American, the odds of growing up amid crime and gangs are higher, yes, if you live in a poor neighborhood, you will face challenges that somebody in a wealthy suburb does not have to face. Show More Summary

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Young-Adult Author Jacqueline Woodson on Writing Stories That Appeal to All Ages

Jaqueline Woodson is the author of Brown Girl Dreaming, which won both the 2014 National Book Award and an NAACP Image Award. She is also a two-time winner of the Coretta Scott King Book Award, a four-time winner of the Newberry Honor Award, and the recipient of the American Library Association’s Margaret A. Edwards Award. In […]

Hillary Clinton NAACP Speech: ‘This Madness Has To Stop’

Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attended the NAACP convention in Cleveland, Ohio on Monday, where she spoke about the fractured country and mass shootings, and according to the New York Times, she told the crowd that “this madness has to stop”. Show More Summary

Hillary: “We Can’t Rest Until We Stop the Killings of African-Americans,” But Aborting Them is OK

Hillary Clinton gave a passionate talk to the NAACP on Monday, calling for an end to the on-going violence between police and African Americans that has resulted in a number of deaths. But she remained silent about the No. 1 killer of African American lives in the U.S. – abortion. Clinton’s talk focused on recent […]

Hillary Clinton: Next president must hold police departments accountable

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Hillary Clinton sought to wrest the spotlight from the Republican National Convention on Monday, by taking her own campaign to Ohio and telling civil rights activists that Donald Trump cannot become president. Speaking at the NAACP convention in Cincinnati as the Republican jamboree opened a...

With One Elderly Man Set Afire In An Arson And Another Man Shot Dead On The Street, Few In Baltimore Bother To Assign More Definitively Define What A "Lynching" Or A "Civil Rights Homicide" Is

IS AN OLD MAN SET AFIRE DURING AN ARSON A LYNCING? IF The NAACP National Office Was Interested In JUSTICE For An Old Man Set Afire In His House They Could Drive 16 Minutes To Lobby On His Behalf IS A MAN SHOT DEAD IN THE STREET Is The...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton goes on attack against Trump at NAACP

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Hillary Clinton made it clear Monday she isn’t about to let the GOP cast Donald Trump in a softer light.

Clinton tries to draw attention during the GOP convention with speeches to teachers and NAACP

As Republicans gaveled in their national convention in Cleveland on Monday, Hillary Clinton wasted no time launching counter-programming, taunting Donald Trump and offering a vision for confronting the recent spate of violence in American communities that is starkly different than his. Taking the...

'This madness has to stop,' Clinton says of violence against black men and the police

In a wide-ranging speech before the NAACP’s 107th annual convention in Cincinnati, soon-to-be Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton took note Monday that the gains African Americans have struggled to achieve over the past several decades have been considerable. Show More Summary

Cleveland Prepares For Mass Arrests During GOP Convention

The Cleveland Municipal Court is working with the city’s NAACP branch, the Ohio American Civil Liberties Union, the National Lawyers Guild and various other groups to develop an expedited process for the arrest and release of protesters...Show More Summary

Clinton calls for criminal justice reform at NAACP convention

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee called for a crackdown on cop killers and officer bias against African Americans on Monday.

As Republicans take the stage in Ohio, so does Hillary Clinton at the NAACP

4 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Republican National Convention 2016 live updates: Official kickoff begins July 18, 2016, 11:30 a.m. What to know about the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, which officially kicked off Monday morning:• Watch it all live right here.• Big protests are planned, and protests outside Donald...

Clinton decries the ‘madness’ behind killing of Baton Rouge police officers

CINCINNATI — Hillary Clinton on Monday strongly condemned the killing over the weekend of three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, telling a convention of the NAACP here that “this madness has to stop.” “Killing police officers is a terrible crime,” the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said. “If you take aim … at them, you […]

Hillary Demands Police Reform at NAACP, Says High Incarceration of Black Men Is 'Profoundly Wrong'

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton mourned the police officers slain in both Dallas and Baton Rouge this past week during her speech...

HILLARY CLINTON Tells Police to Quit Killing Black People at NAACP Convention (VIDEO)

On Sunday three police officers were shot dead in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in an ambush attack by a Nation of... The post HILLARY CLINTON Tells Police to Quit Killing Black People at NAACP Convention (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Hillary Clinton condemns killing of police officers, calls for police reforms in speech to NAACP

Baton Rouge police shooting updates: Gunman targeted officers like 'prey' July 18, 2016, 10:05 a.m. At least three police officers were shot dead in Baton Rouge on Sunday morning as they were responding to a call about a man with a gun. The incident is the nation's fourth high-profile deadly encounter...

North Carolina NAACP Official Spreading Hate

The Southern Poverty Law Center will never place the North Carolina NAACP on its list of hate groups, but by the standard it claims to set, it should.

Civil rights group's convention kicks off in Cincinnati

Leaders of the nation's oldest civil rights organization will be joined Saturday by Cincinnati's mayor and other regional officials for an opening press conference. NAACP leaders say Republican Donald Trump turned down an invitation, citing scheduling conflicts with the RNC beginning Monday on the northeast side of the state.

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