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Tennessee Community Pushes To Reopen 'Civil Rights Hero' Cold Case - NPR
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NPRTennessee Community Pushes To Reopen 'Civil Rights Hero' Cold CaseNPRA rural West Tennessee community is pushing the Justice Department to reopen a 75-year-old civil rights murder case. Elbert Williams is believed to be the first NAACP official killed for seeking to register black voters. Yet the mysterious story of his ...and more »
 
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NAACP president says group can tackle civil rights challenges - PhillyVoice.com
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PhillyVoice.comNAACP president says group can tackle civil rights challengesPhillyVoice.comNAACP President Cornell William Brooks declared the 8,000 delegates attending the NAACP's annual convention as "giants" capable of addressing the vast civil rights challenges facing the United States. "Martin Luther King once described America in terms ...Civil Rights 2.0: NAACP presi
 
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NAACP Youth Seek 'Black Lives Matter' Activism For Nation's Oldest Civil ... - International Business Times
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International Business TimesNAACP Youth Seek 'Black Lives Matter' Activism For Nation's Oldest Civil...International Business TimesThe NAACP is holding its annual national convention in Philadelphia, where President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch are scheduled to address the 106-year-old civil rights organization. Pictured: the logo ...Ra
 
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Amid 'civil-rights crisis,' NAACP convention set to open in Phila. - Philly.com
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Philly.comAmid 'civil-rights crisis,' NAACP convention set to open in Phila.Philly.comNow the NAACP, the nation's oldest and largest civil-rights group, and one struggling for modern relevance, will bring 8,000 people to Philadelphia for its annual conference, which begins Saturday at the Convention Center. The theme: "Pursuing Liberty ...As race issues smolder, NAACP gathers in P
 
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NAACP chapter selects new president - Frederick News Post (subscription)
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Frederick News Post (subscription)NAACP chapter selects new presidentFrederick News Post (subscription)Duke has been involved with the NAACP, the nation's oldest civil rights organization, for a little less than a year. He plans to bring to the organization the experience he gained over four years with the human relations commission. The commission is a ...and more »
 
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NAACP Launches Civil Rights March Across the South - Highbrow Magazine
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Highbrow MagazineNAACP Launches Civil Rights March Across the SouthHighbrow Magazine(Reuters) NAACP leaders launched a 40-day march across the U.S. South on Saturday with a rally in Selma, Alabama, drawing on that city's significance in the 1960s civil rights movement to call attention to the issue of racial injustice in modern America.NAACP march to Washington begins with civil rights rally i
 
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Conservative NAACP Exec: 'Liberal Machine' Hinders Civil Rights Progress - Daily Caller
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Washington TimesConservative NAACP Exec: 'Liberal Machine' Hinders Civil Rights ProgressDaily CallerA leader in the Baltimore branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) who has been an active advocate since long before the Freddie Gray incident is critical of the black civil rights group's politicization of their ...Baltimore NAACP leader says Step
 
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Tennessee Community Pushes To Reopen 'Civil Rights Hero' Cold Case - NPR
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NPRTennessee Community Pushes To Reopen 'Civil Rights Hero' Cold CaseNPRA rural West Tennessee community is pushing the Justice Department to reopen a 75-year-old civil rights murder case. Elbert Williams is believed to be the first NAACP official killed for seeking to register black voters. Yet the mysterious story of his ...and more »
 
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NAACP Youth Seek 'Black Lives Matter' Activism For Nation's Oldest Civil ... - International Business Times
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International Business TimesNAACP Youth Seek 'Black Lives Matter' Activism For Nation's Oldest Civil...International Business TimesThe NAACP is holding its annual national convention in Philadelphia, where President Barack Obama, former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch are scheduled to address the 106-year-old civil rights organization. Pictured: the logo ...Ra
 
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NAACP president says group can tackle civil rights challenges - PhillyVoice.com
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PhillyVoice.comNAACP president says group can tackle civil rights challengesPhillyVoice.comNAACP President Cornell William Brooks declared the 8,000 delegates attending the NAACP's annual convention as "giants" capable of addressing the vast civil rights challenges facing the United States. "Martin Luther King once described America in terms ...Civil Rights 2.0: NAACP presi
 
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