Tag Archives: Protest

NAACP Response To Dallas Cowboys Owner

NAACP | NAACP RESPONDS TO DALLAS COWBOYS OWNER’S COMMENTS ON PLAYERS’ RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH

Baltimore, Maryland- The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the nation’s original civil rights organization, today responded to the assertion by Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, that players on his team who choose not to stand for the National Anthem will not be allowed to take the field.

NC Boycott

NAACP to announce details of N.C. boycott regarding ‘bathroom bill’

The NAACP will announce details Friday of a planned economic boycott of North Carolina over a bill that critics say allows gender discrimination in public bathrooms. The civil rights organization will discuss details of a new task force to oversee the boycott during a meeting with reporters in front of the state General Assembly building in Raleigh, the NAACP said Thursday night.

DOJ To Investigate Charlotte Shooting

NAACP Announces DOJ Investigation into Charlotte Shooting

At a press conference in Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday, the NAACP and members of the clergy announced that the Department of Justice is launching an investigation into the police shooting death of an African-American male named Keith Lamont Scott.

Fighting Racism Receives Threats

The Irony: Student Athlete Who Protested Racism From Teammates Is Now Receiving Racist Threats

The NAACP is investigating racially offensive threats made against a Black teen football player who protested the national anthem during a recent game. A Black teen athlete from Ohio who made the brave decision to take a knee during the national anthem at a recent high school football game is now being targeted with racist messages.

53rd Anniversary Of The March On Washington

NAACP Statement on the 53rd Anniversary of the March on Washington | Press Room

The years to follow contained both triumph and tragedy. Despite the movement’s unflinching dedication to nonviolent resistance, opponents did not hesitate to attack activists with fatal force. In the spring of 1965, the young, white Reverend Jonathan Daniels made his way down to Selma, Alabama to join the upcoming march for voting rights.