2015 NAACP History Makers submitted by our online community, released.
NAACP Atlanta took to the streets of Ferguson to register the community to vote.
NAACP President Cornell William Brooks on Face the Nation about recent racial incidents.
On March 7, 2015, the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," President Obama delivered remarks from the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama.
Join the NAACP in recognizing NWGHAAD! Each year on this day, people are encouraged to join the fight against HIV/AIDS by recognizing its impact within the female population.
NAACP Climate Justice has released The Environmental Justice Classroom Resource Guide.
Selma 50 address by NAACP President/CEO at Brown Chapel AME
NAACP held it's annual #Instameet at the Smithsonian Museum of African Art to close out Black History Month.
Public Utilities Commissions/Public Service Commissions hold power over key decisions related to the energy resources, we detail why we work to ensure equality in this area.
NAACP continues its celebration of Black History Month with #NAACPMeet.
Winners and nominees stopped by our #ImageAwards Instagram booth during the show.
NAACP commemorates 106 years.
NAACP recognizes National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
Legendary artist, activist and philanthropist MC Lyte joins us to discuss the importance of artists taking part in activism. Also joining the conversation will be Michelle Nealy and Nicole Kenney. The Image Awards airs live, 8pm ET Feb. 6 on TV One.
NAACP President/CEO Brooks has a feature spread in the Black EOE Journal.