NAACP President Cornell William Brooks at Democracy Awakening 2016

The NAACP led more than 300 organizations in a mass mobilization on Capitol Hill April 16-18, 2016 to protect voting rights, get big money out of politics and demand a fair hearing and an up or down vote on President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.

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NAACP Statement in Observance of Memorial Day

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   NAACP Statement in Observance of Memorial Day "For nearly 150 years, soldiers and civilians have come together in May to honor the…  Read More
NAACP Operation Bike Week Returns to Myrtle Beach

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NAACP Operation Bike Week Returns to Myrtle Beach Team Will Respond to Discrimination Complaints During Black Bike Week MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.…  Read More
NAACP Statement on Verdict in Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero Trial

NAACP Statement on Verdict in Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero Trial

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BALTIMORE – The NAACP issued the following statement on the acquittal of Officer Edward Nero by a Baltimore judge on Monday: “In spite of…  Read More
NAACP Files Lawsuit Over Flint Water Crisis

NAACP Files Lawsuit Over Flint Water Crisis

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