Sheriff Chuck Wright of Spartanburg County, South Carolina came under fire this week after he recently argued that minorities were “the most racist people in America” and compared the NAACP to the Ku Klux Klan.
In the 21st century, many would think the need for the NAACP had run its course. After all, the civil rights movement had come and gone, and great strides were being undertaken in the name of racial equality. Or so one would think.
But the two groups have equal levels of strong support; 20 percent of respondents strongly aligned themselves with older groups, and 21 percent strongly aligned themselves with BLM and the new groups. Nine percent backed both, and 14 percent rejected both.
NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) — The Norfolk NAACP is launching its own investigation into recent police-involved shootings, NAACP President Joe Dillard Jr. said Tuesday. There have been three fatal officer-involved shootings in Norfolk this year. The most recent was on March 19 when India M.