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NAACP 'Journey For Justice' 40-Day Walk Began In Selma Yesterday

The NAACP began a ‘Journey for Justice’ walk yesterday in Selma, according to The Root, quoting the Associated Press. Selma is well-known as a cite in civil rights history where… 268 more words

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Racism and Cultural Controversy in Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman

The sequel everyone hoped for but no one dreamed would ever come, and what a sequel it was. Although there was controversy surrounding not only the book’s characters themselves, but also the very decision to publish it, no one can deny that the media hype and the book world frenzy was everything such a novel deserved. 863 more words

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NCADP to join America's Journey for Justice march from Selma to D.C. on August 1st

NATIONAL COALITION TO ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY TO JOIN MARCH FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM

“America’s Journey for Justice” To Begin August 1st, Featuring Walk from Selma to Washington, DC… 473 more words

NAACP President Cornell Brooks Discusses the 'America’s Journey for Justice' March

Cornell Brooks, the president of NAACP, calls into The Nightly Spirit to talk about the “America’s Journey for Justice” march that will kick off in Selma, Alabama on August 1, 2015. 48 more words

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Paradigm Shift Part 2

The second part of this discussion of paradigm change focuses on Rachel Dolezal, a woman in Spokane, Washington, who was thought to be black but it turns out she is white instead. 401 more words

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NAACP Set to Embark on 860-Mile 'America's Journey for Justice' March

The journey for justice never ends.

Back in June, Cornell Brooks and the NAACP announced they would be embarking on a 860-mile march from Selma, Alabama to Washington DC in an effort to protect and fight for our civil liberties. 146 more words

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White Utah Politicians Want To Rename 'Offensive' Negro Bill Canyon - Jeanetta Williams, Salt Lake City NAACP Pres Does Not

White Utah Councilwoman Mary McGann wants to rename Negro Bill Canyon, but Salt Lake City NAACP President Jeanetta Williams says the name should stay.

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