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Hold those things that tell your history and protect them. During slavery, who was able to read or write or keep anything? The ability to have somebody to tell your story to is so important. It says: 'I was here. I may be sold tomorrow. But you know I was here.’
Ria Tabacco Mar talks to American Urban Radio Network about our work ending unfair background checks.
Black Voters Participate in Elections on Equal Basis for First Time in History in Fayette County, Georgia5/28/14Related Case or Issue:
Historic Elections Take Place in Fayette County, Georgia Fair Electoral Opportunity for Black Voters Arrives in Fayette County, Georgia
Today, Sherrilyn A. Ifill, President and Director-Counsel of NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (NAACP LDF), addressed New York University Law School’s 2014 graduates in a single ceremony at Madison Square Garden honoring both JDs and LLMs.
Today, on the 60th Anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, the NAACP has announced that Cornell William Brooks will become its 18th national President and Chief Executive Officer.