CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland NAACP is calling for stricter gun laws in the wake of a Twinsburg woman’s shooting death. The organization is asking Congress to pass a law that would expand criminal background checks for anyone buying a gun.
The Charleston branch of the NAACP put aside its regular business Thursday night to host a public discussion on police violence and its symptoms in black communities. About 30 people participated – three Charleston police officers, representatives of the police department’s Illumination Project and residents.
The York attorney and president of the York NAACP chapter organized a community meeting Tuesday at Crispus Attucks Community Center to address violence in city neighborhoods. There was some great discussion and promising ideas were presented. Keep the momentum going. Read or Share this story: http://on-ydr.co/29caJWd
The Norfolk Branch of the NAACP has called for an FBI investigation into police-involved shootings since 2010. NEW YORK (AP) – “Late Late Show” host James Corden says he has no interest in taking over for his lead-in on CBS, Stephen Colbert. Colbert’s… Perfect breakfast idea from the Military Produce Group.
WICOMICO CO., Md. – The local NAACP has called on Wicomico County Public Schools to open better dialogue on addressing violence and reported cases of sexual assault in schools. In early April, authorities say a Bennett High School student was charged with attempted rape of another student on school grounds which prompted Wicomico NAACP president Mary Ashanti to email superintendent Dr. John Fredericksen about possible solutions.