The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) released a statement following the rally of White nationalists in
The state of Missouri now has the dubious distinction of being the first and only target in the 108-year history
Civil Rights and Racial Justice Organizations Issue Joint Statement on House vote to repeal ACA Today, Paul Ryan had to
A Black Henry County, Georgia, homeowner, Akira Eiland, who is fighting a legal battle for effective control over her own
Nearly 100 years ago, Madam CJ Walker, America’s first female self-made millionaire, built a beautiful mansion in Irvington, New York. Villa
Just after 7 a.m. EST on Jan. 25, 2017, President Donald J. Trump posted on Twitter: “I will be asking
Yvonne Orji from HBO’s “Insecure” is nominated for a NAACP Image Award that is set to take place Feb. 11, 2017.
Reverend William Barber, president of the North Carolina NAACP, is suing American Airlines over an incident of alleged racial discrimination.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal believes that it’s appropriate to call Black people “colored” in 2016. During a speech
Janai Nelson is a board of directors member for the 1,000 Dreams Fund and associate director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense
In the fifth weekly session of Talks With the Rev., rolling out continues the discussion with Detroit NAACP president Rev.
Unfortunately, police brutality is alive and well in Black and Brown communities. All too often we can turn on the
In light of all of the mayhem and police brutality that have happened with the latest police killings of Terence
In our first article of the series Talks with the Rev, we discussed Police Targeting 101 with Reverend Dr.
Chance the Rapper just keeps doing right. With so much negative news constantly trumpeting crime in Chicago, many see Chance
Reverend Dr. Wendell Anthony has been the president of the NAACP Detroit branch for over a decade and is a
A controversy in the city of Atlanta is brewing over the naming of a park in a Black community. Some
The role of the NAACP has become more important than ever in today’s charged racial climate and policing of the