NAACP to Join With Students From Across the Nation for Saturday’s March for Our Lives

This coming Saturday, March 24, the Youth and College Division of the NAACP will join hands with the children, youth and families of the newly formed #NeverAgain movement and Everytown for Gun Safety.

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NAACP Joins Civil Rights Groups Urging Attorney General Sessions to Include Civil Rights in DOJ’s Priorities

The NAACP, the nation’s foremost civil rights organization, along with other prominent African-American civil rights organizations, has sent a joint letter strongly advising U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions …

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Capital One Bank Hit With Explosive Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

Capital One minority customers allege the employee repeatedly complained to the bank that Capital One was breaking the law by discriminating against minority communities.

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February 26 – North Carolina NAACP Challenges Legislative Building Rules in Court

Judge Carl Fox to hear arguments on whether the NC Legislature violated the Separation of Powers Act, resulting in numerous Moral Monday protestors being charged with violating building rules and second degree trespass.

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NAACP Calls for Greater Advocacy Against Gun Policies and Lobby

The NAACP issued the following statement today regarding the school shooting mass murder tragedy in Florida.

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Historic Thousands That Gathered in Raleigh, Despite the Rain

Yesterday’s delegation of resisters shall come to recognize we have a collective soul that will not perish.  A soul that will rise in triumph over every obstacle cast in our path …

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Celebrating Great Civilizations of Africa – NAACP and Africa-America Institute Announce Alliance

The NAACP will work with the Africa-America Institute on the development and distribution of a curriculum designed to highlight the accomplishments and history of African Diaspora.

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The Alabama Miracle: Doug Jones’s Moral Fusion Victory

The instrument chosen to perform the Alabama Miracle was the prosecutor who convicted Ku Klux Klan members for dynamiting of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham in 1963, which killed 14-year-old girls climbing the stairs to attend worship.

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NC NAACP: Chief Justice Mark Martin to Meet with NC NAACP Leadership

RALEIGH- Ten days ago we delivered letters to Chief Justice Mark Martin, leader of the Judiciary Branch of North Carolina. The letter was similarly delivered to the Executive and Legislative branch leaders.

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North Carolina NAACP Statement on the U.S. Senate Tax Scam

The NC NAACP stands with and defends all who are colored by the sin of discrimination. Those who have created and lobbied for the US Senate Tax “Reform” Bill–including Acting-President Trump–are guilty of not one, but three sins.

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Nominees Announced For 49th NAACP Image Awards

The nominees for the 49th NAACP Image Awards were announced today with Netflix and OWN leading the nominations in the television categories with 23 nominations and 17 nominations, respectively. Universal Pictures leads with 10 nominations, followed by Annapurna and Open Road Films …

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NAACP Set to Change Tax Status to Engage Politically

Even though the NAACP is 108 years-old, the organization is struggling to modernize and stay relevant in a rapidly-evolving, social media-driven landscape that requires speed and strategic communications skills.

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Cure the Racism infecting NC’s Voting Maps Drawn in 2011 by Extremists, Who Used Them to Perpetuate Their Illegal Seats

The court “anticipates” a hearing on the Special Master’s Final Report in early January, 2018, noting candidates must file for primaries between February 12-18, 2018.

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NAACP To Host Baltimore Town Hall on Police Reform

Baltimore residents, local elected officials, youth-based groups, faith leaders, and other social justice organizations have been invited to participate in this interactive dialogue.

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NAACP Statement on Florida State Juvenile Justice System

“It’s clear that the juvenile justice system’s continual mismanagement and decades of blame-shifting have created a system where the daily subjugation of young people to an inhumane level of cruelty appears more the norm than the exception,” said Adora Nweze, President of the NAACP Florida State Conference.

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