he NAACP Vote Hard Bus Tour just pulled away from Moncks Corner, South Carolina on our final stop for this weekend. What a fantastic time we had tonight.
I'm not exactly sure what my expectations were when I woke up this morning. I knew that it was going to be an arduous day because we were traveling to Houston and Galveston to assess damage and assist our units impacted by the hurricane
While most kids were home playing Nintendo, 14-year old Benjamin Todd Jealous and his friends were out commanding card tables and conducting voter registration drives.
"Its Katrina all over again"... When I received word last night that I was to fly to Texas in the morning to assist NAACP units with hurricane relief efforts I honestly questioned my reason for going.
In the same place, at the same dais where President Abraham Lincoln and famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass delivered inspiring remarks, the NAACP marked the 100th anniversary of the Springfield race riot in Illinois today.
The NAACP Presidential Candidates' Civil Rights Questionnaire 2008, which includes responses from both presumptive presidential candidates, Senators John McCain and Barack Obama is currently available on the NAACP website.
The anticipation is building as ACT-SO students await tomorrow's awards ceremonies that will include presentations by noted TV & movie celebrities Tichina Arnold and Terry Crews.
Turning dreams into realities by taking a divine gift or inspiration and fully exploring [or even exploiting] life's opportunities is what ACT-SO is all about.
On planes and buses from communities large and small in all corners of the U.S. they came to the Magic Kingdom — to cast spells of excitement and opportunity all their own.
The 30th Anniversary National ACT-SO Competition will prove to be unforgettable. We have a host of activities and events planned that will undoubtedly position ACT-SO at the top of your list of memorable experiences.
The NAACP will step up its campaign against the flying of the Confederate battle flag on state grounds in South Carolina, said Dennis Courtland Hayes, interim president and CEO of the NAACP.
Beginning Sunday July 13, share in this year's NAACP Convention with the live and video on demand gavel-to-gavel webcast presented by AT&T.
On July 14th and 16th, Barack Obama and John McCain will address the 99th Annual NAACP Convention at the Presidential Forum. This is the opportunity for the candidates to directly address the issues that are critical to our community.
NAACP units across the country participated in a national "Day of Action' against discriminatory mortgage lending today by demanding that several of the nation's top lenders make amends for discriminating against African American borrowers and eliminate discriminatory polices and practices for good.
Both Barack Obama and John McCain will be joining us for the Presidential Forum at this year's 99th Annual NAACP Convention in Cincinnati. You can tell Obama and McCain what's on your mind by answering the NAACP Critical Issues poll.