Two Black Men Recount Their Childhood Trauma of Being Arrested, Jailed, and Beaten After White Girl Kissed Them on the Cheek
In one fateful moment, the lives of James Hanover Thompson and David Simpson were forever changed, destroying their childhood innocence and perpetually tying them to “The Kissing Case.”
The Purple Garden: New Jersey is a Complicated State with Complicated Politics
There are no easy answers when it comes to right- or left-wing in the Garden State.
The 55th NAACP Image Awards To Air Live in Los Angeles On BET on Saturday, March 16, 2024
Nominees are to be announced on Thursday, January 25, including eight dynamic new submission categories.
NAACP Unveils Legislative Priorities Ahead Of Congressional Black Caucus Weekend
The civil rights organization says it’s ‘committed to amplifying the needs of Black communities’ to achieve lasting progress.
Delaware NAACP Calls For Independent Probe After Police Shooting In New Castle
Tremaine Jackson, 28, was killed after two troopers accused him of shoplifting several items from a hardware store in New Castle.
NAACP To Move Its Headquarters To Washington D.C.
The nation’s oldest civil rights organization has called Baltimore home since 1986
Florida Postpones African American History Teacher Training Event, Causing Frustration Among Educators
The decision to cancel the event has been harshly criticized by veteran members of the state’s African American History task force.
NAACP Urging 'Extreme Caution' For Visitors To Louisiana
Several bills targeting LGBTQ people are currently being considered at the Louisiana state legislature.
NAACP President Says That Debt Ceiling Deal 'Misses The Mark' for Black Americans
“The well-being of Black Americans and vulnerable people should never be negotiated,” NAACP President & CEO Derrick Johnson said.
Michigan Local NAACP Chapter To March In Memorial Day Parade After Ban Overturned
The NAACP was excluded from the Greater Muskegon Memorial Day Parade due to a ban on political groups.