NAACP


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NAACP

abbr.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

NAACP

(in the US) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

NAACP

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

NAACP

Crusading National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, founded 1909.
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The NAACP has filed a letter with the PUCO endorsing FirstEnergy's pending application, and joins other low-income and minority groups that have stipulated their support including the Consumer Protection Association, Cleveland Housing Network and the Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland.
Anyone familiar with the remarkable history of the national NAACP knows that's simply not true.
At the same time that there has been a deepening relationship between WILPF and NAACP at the local level, a prophetic leader, the Reverend William Barber, has emerged as not only the president of the North Carolina NAACP, but also a key leader in the national NAACP.
But you never know what tomorrow will bring, and we want the NAACP to be available to tackle the issues before they get out of control.
She never disclosed this to the NAACP, even as she testified on behalf of the organization in support of legislation to ease access for the phone company into the lucrative cable industry.
West Virginia NAACP members, Storer alumni and others joined NAACP Chair Julian Bond, Vice Chair Roslyn M.
Chapters three and four detail, respectively, Du Bois's NAACP years and key experiences during World War I.
And his insider's discourse on NAACP notables coping with critical legal and race issues--and coping with each other-is unique, a rare historical glimpse.
As the son of parents active in civil rights and the local NAACP chapter of his hometown of Camden, New Jersey, Gordon is both literally and figuratively a child of the civil rights movement.
The book covers the first sixty years of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), from the intimations in the Niagara Movement to the collapse of the civil rights revolution.
4) Her father was a prominent lawyer and community leader, who was instrumental in establishing the Duchess County Branch of the NAACP in 1931, for which her brother, Gaius Charles Bolin, Jr.