BELTON – A local chapter of the NAACP is calling for the relocation of a confederate statue that has been in Bell County for more than 100 years. This comes on the heels of rising violence and racial tensions across the country as confederate statues are being removed.
CLOSE ASBURY PARK – The local chapter of the NAACP is condemning the anti-Semitic and racist flyers that were recently posted in the city. “If the white supremacists were truly supreme, there would be no need for them to engage in acts or expressions of racial or religious hatred,” said Adrienne Sanders, President of the NAACP Asbury Park-Neptune chapter.”Only the weak and insecure have the need to indulge in such a derogatory manner.”
The NAACP is suing Indiana officials to block a new state law that the civil rights group says would discriminate against black and Latino voters in heavily populated Lake County by consolidating voting precincts. The lawsuit challenges a law that applies only to Lake County, which is home…
The organization is circulating a travel advisory after the state passed a law that Missouri’s NAACP conference says allows for legal discrimination. The warning cites several discriminatory incidents in Missouri, included as examples of “looming danger” in the state. The NAACP says this is the first travel advisory ever issued by the organization, at the state or national level.
Evelynn Foxx, the president of the Alachua County NAACP, found a confederate flag outside her home just before she was set to go for a morning walk with a friend. “”If they were trying to upset me…they did… however they’re not gonna stop me, their not gonna stop me from fighting for equal rights and justice,” said Ms. Foxx.