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Too Much Truth: Newly Elected President Of The Atlanta Branch Of The NAACP

Atlanta businessman and new President of the Atlanta Branch of the NAACP, came in on “Too Much Truth” to talk about the future of the Atlanta Branch and nationally. 60 more words


And They wonder why people dislike the police: Mentally Challenged Indiana Cop Mock Erick Garner death with ‘Breathe Easy: Don’t Break the Law’ T-shirt

Washington Times: An Indiana police officer has irked several in his South Bend community with a T-shirt he’s selling that touts a take-off slogan of the “I Can’t Breathe” mantra that followed New York suspect Eric Garner’s death — “Breathe Easy: Don’t Break the Law.” 216 more words


Lacy: "He didn't do this to himself"

North Carolina teenager Lennon Lacy was found hanging from a swing set in August. Coroner reports recently confirmed his death was a suicide, but his mother believes that he was lynched. 90 more words

Sadik Roberts: An Advocate for Equality and Justice at Duquesne University

-Sadik Roberts, 19, sits down to discuss his organization and current news events surrounding his community.


“It happens too often, situations like this.

“I’m not so much angered by the verdict. 1,124 more words

NAACP asks Robertson Co. Schools to respond to claims of inequality

ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Tennessee chapter of the NAACP called for the Robertson County school district to respond to claims of inequality within the district. 223 more words


N.C. teen's mother says it was a lynching not a suicideas ruled

 Claudia Lacy, center, cries as she thanks the people that showed up at First Baptist Church in Bladenboro, N.C., to listen to the Rev. Dr. William Barber II, president of the North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, talk about the developments in the investigation of her son’s death. 1,754 more words


SC - Family says ‘something’ keeping missing teen Aaliyah Bell from home | www.wsoctv.com

ROCK HILL, S.C. — Family of a missing Rock Hill teenager said something is keeping her from returning home as the search for her continues. 39 more words