NAACP

NAACP

NAACP

Founded Feb. 12, 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest grassroots–based civil rights organization. Over 1,000 volunteer-run branches nationwide.
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Uber, Lyft paid $85K to firm of NAACP leader who backs their ballot measure

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LeBron James’ More Than A Vote and NAACP launch recruitment ad for election poll workers

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NAACP CEO on 'Stop Hate for Profit' campaign: Facebook should be useful for targeting ads, not hate

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Facebook faces boycott push from NAACP, ADL, and other civil rights groups

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NAACP challenges legality of Confederate names on Virginia schools

The Washington Post

NAACP votes to support Trump impeachment

Bloomberg

NAACP Ends Travel Warning Against American Airlines for ‘Possible Racial Bias’

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Bloomberg

Trump Racism Cited by NAACP in Suit Over Ending Haiti Program

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The frustrating incidents that led the NAACP to declare American Airlines unsafe for black travelers

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Airbnb has a new revenue-sharing deal with the NAACP

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How a political strategist and former NAACP advisor became Silicon Valley’s Olivia Pope

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How a political strategist and former NAACP advisor became Silicon Valley’s Olivia Pope

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Black engineer says he wasn't invited to ex-NAACP leader's talk when he was at Twitter for a strange reason

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Mashable

Who is Rachel Dolezal, the local NAACP leader accused of lying about her race?

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