NAACP Warns Minorities, Women Heading To Missouri: 'They May Not Be Safe' Taryn Finley HuffPostJuly 31,
Bail overhaul plan wins rousing backing from NAACP delegates BY ANSHU SIRIPURAPU AND KATISHI MAAKE McClatchy Washington Bureau JULY
JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi NAACP leader Derrick Johnson has been named interim president and CEO of the national NAACP. The executive committee of
By Michael S. Rosenwald July 14 Workers place the statue of Maggie L. Walker in a plaza on Broad Street in Richmond. (Courtesy of Antonio “Toby”
BOB ANDRES/THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION Karen Huber, Associate Professor of History at Wesleyan College, holds a 1913 yearbook titled “Ku Klux”.
TY TAGAMI/AJC May 31, Atlanta: The State Charter Schools Commission hears from Georgia Connections Academy, an online charter school, during annual