Charges Filed Against Sheriff

Flagler NAACP files discrimination complaint against Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff calls filing over fired employee a ‘political attack’ BUNNELL – Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly unlawfully terminated a former Sheriff’s Office victim’s advocate as part of an ongoing trend of employment discrimination within the agency, according to a recent notice of complaint filed by the Flagler County chapter of the NAACP.

No One Responsible For The Death Of Freddie Gray

NAACP Dismayed by DOJ’s Failure to Prosecute Police Officers in Freddie Gray Case

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the nation’s oldest civil rights organization, is disappointed by the decision by President Trump’s Department of Justice not to bring civil rights charges against the six Baltimore Police officers who were associated with the arrest and death of Freddie Gray.

Akron Members Elected To State Conference

Three Akron residents elected to Ohio Conference NAACP leadership

The new leadership team for the Ohio Conference NAACP has plenty of representation from Akron. Three members of the Akron chapter of the NAACP were elected last week during the statewide group’s biennial election, held Saturday at the Crowne Plaza Columbus North in Columbus: * Ophelia Averitt, former president of the Akron NAACP and current NAACP national board member, was re-elected as 1st vice president.

The Flag In Cleveland

Cleveland NAACP says police union’s refusal to hold flag at Browns game creates ‘racial division’

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland NAACP said the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association’s decision not to hold the flag for the Browns’ season opener is “fanning flames of racial division.” A statement released Tuesday afternoon says the branch respects the patrolmen’s association right to free speech under the Constitution, but hopes the union understands the impact a counter-protest has in the community.