NAACP Atlanta President: Talks About Confederacy At Stone Mountain Have Hit A StalemateAtlanta NAACP President Richard Rose says they are continuing the fight, along with the SCLC and the Georgia NAACP, to remove Confederate emblems from properties owned by the State of Georgia
NAACP Official Says African Americans Seem To Be More Confused About Confederacy Than Anyone Else
Effingham County High and its Rebel Flag
Maria Boynton Reports: Groups Say Georgia Governor Refuses To Meet About Confederate Symbols
Church Shooting Provokes Strong Reactions From Political, Church, Civil Rights LeadersThe fatal shooting of eight worshipers and a pastor at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday provoked strong reactions from political, church and civil rights leaders and was held up by gun control advocates as another example of lax laws leading to tragedy.
"I Identify As Black" But Does She Identify With the Struggle?
Too Much Truth: Rachel Dolezal, What Are You Mad About?
Cops And Community Town Hall Meeting: Let Your Voice Be Heard At King Chapel
NAACP Jubilee Day
Too Much Truth: Newly Elected President Of The Atlanta Branch Of The NAACP
Pastor Warnock: "We Can't Expect The Police To Police The Police" As Ebenezer Continues Community Forum
Petition Urges Attorney General Holder To Investigate Georgia Secretary of State