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Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D—Michigan) addresses the NAACP's (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) 110th National Convention at Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan on July 22, 2019. (Photo: Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images) News
'Unfit to Serve': NAACP Delegates Vote Unanimously for Trump Impeachment
"We will make sure," said president and CEO Derrick Johnson, "that the NAACP is at the forefront of pushing Congress to proceed with the impeachment process."
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Urging Congress to Support Medicare for All, Groups Declare Universal Healthcare 'A Racial Justice Necessity'
"Communities of color need a healthcare system that rectifies these long-standing structural biases and challenges. Medicare for All is that system."
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Citing Harm to Public Education, Bernie Sanders Calls for Ban on For-Profit Charter Schools
"Charter schools are led by unaccountable, private bodies, and their growth has drained funding from the public school system."
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U.S. President Donald Trump (R) looks at Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) during the family photo at the G20 Summit's Plenary Meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November, 30,2018. News
Civil Rights Group Says Senate Report on Election Interference Shows Russia 'Taking a Page Out of the US Voter Suppression Playbook'
New revelations further boost call to #LogOutFacebook
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The Sanders Institute's Gathering Was About Saving the World, But It Was Not About Bernie Sanders
It was a small conference with big ideas and a deep sense of urgency. "We need to do it all," said one attendee. "We just simply need to do it all."
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The Declaration for American Democracy News
'Our Democracy Is Sick': Progressive Groups Join Forces to Ensure Voting Rights and End Corporate Sabotage of Common Good
"Today our system is in crisis," warns the new Declaration for American Democracy. "Together we must build a democracy where everyone participates, every vote is counted, voting rights are fully enforced, and everyone's voice is heard."
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On its latest Civil Rights Federal Legislative Report Card, the NAACP gave 51 senators an "F." (Photo: Naive Photography/flickr/cc) News
284 Members of Congress Just Got an 'F' on Their Civil Rights Report Card
Latest assessment from NAACP includes measuring how lawmakers voted on tax bill and confirming Jeff Sessions as U.S. Attorney General
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While Appearing to Struggle With National Anthem, Analysis Shows Trump Speaks at, Like, Fourth Grade Level
After months of attacking football players for kneeling during the anthem—and bragging about his intelligence—Trump appears to forget the song's words
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Citing Trump's 'Racially Hostile' Record, Critics Say He Shouldn't Attend Civil Rights Museum's Grand Opening
"He has no place at a celebration of the very values and aspirations his presidency is clearly committed to destroy."
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'Message Loud and Clear' Says NAACP After Latest Trump Snub
For second time, and unlike predecessors, president refuses to attend civil rights organization's annual gathering
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