The Reading branch of the NAACP is inviting the public to examine the issue of mass incarceration. Continuing a panel discussion held in October, the NAACP is hosting a free viewing of the documentary film “13th.” “This film explains what we mean when we say the words ‘mass incarceration’,” said Stacey Taylor, president of the local NAACP.
Published: WATCH: The NAACP and family of Pamela Riddick hold a news conference in Portsmouth. App users can watch it here . PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – The Portsmouth NAACP says it wants a special grand jury to investigate the death of a woman inside the city jail this summer.
The president of the Mobile County branch of the NAACP has called a purported 2009 award to then-Sen. Jeff Sessions “bogus” and “made up” – but hasn’t ruled out that it might have been given to him by an NAACP member acting independently.
Senator Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was confirmed as the nation’s 84 th US Attorney General this evening, despite intense opposition by the NAACP and hundreds of organizations due to his historically weak and questionable support for voting rights, police accountability and the rights of immigrants and women.
BRIDGEPORT – The NAACP of Greater Bridgeport is seeking a federal investigation into the policies and practices of the Bridgeport Police Department following the demotions of Lt. Lonnie Blackwell and Capt. Robert Sapiro in connection with a phony racist letter that was distributed in the department.
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) – Nearly 30 years ago, Alabama’s Senator Jeff Sessions was in the spotlight for another federal job. During a senate confirmation hearing for a federal judge position, h
The NAACP in North Carolina filed a lawsuit earlier this week demanding county election officials stop canceling voter registrations in at least three counties. The officials being taken to task deemed over 100 registrations as void after mailings they sent to those addresses returned as undeliverable.
The Latest on the Justice Department’s report on Baltimore police (all times local): 8:30 a.m. A Baltimore activist says the Justice Department’s report on the city’s police officers raises the question of whether there will now be justice for those who have died after encounters with…