Hentoff, a former columnist for E&P, writes of how fellow civil rights and civil liberties champion Michael Meyers, the NAACP
's Harlem-born former assistant director, was refused permission to speak in opposition during the group's annual meeting on Feb.
had only recently decided that Jealous was the man--er, person--who could hold it together.
Despite making little progress in its own right, the Niagara Movement became a forerunner of the NAACP
recognised Chrysler as the best company in the automotive sector within its 12th Annual Economic Reciprocity Report.
BellSouth chief diversity officer Valencia Adams was there when the results were announced during today's NAACP
Convention in Washington, D.C.
Chapters three and four detail, respectively, Du Bois's NAACP
years and key experiences during World War I.
Gordon's office is decorated with historic photos of a time when everything in the Black community ran through the NAACP
. While Gordon knows that the issues today are less spirited than the black-and-white issues of the past, the 59-year-old says that he is up to the challenge of bringing the NAACP
into the 21st century--in message and tone.
Narrator C: At the first NAACP
meeting that Rosa attends, the group elects its officers.
When Carter joined the NAACP
in 1944, his professional career took off.
and the NAACP
Legal Defense Fund are two distinct entities.
One person perturbed by the ban of the NAACP
was Fred Shuttlesworth, pastor of the Bethel Baptist Church.
(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., was named founding president.