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NAACP Image Awards

Get the official FREE app for the 46th NAACP Image Awards from the NAACP.

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NAACP L500 App

Gathering will set agenda, create continuing network of nations emerging leader, the NAACP 10th Annual Leadership 500 Summit will be held May 22...

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NAACP 2011 Convention

NAACP 2011 is a complete resource for attendees of NAACP's 2011 Convention in Los Angeles, California.

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NAACP Annual Convention

Download the convention application on your iPhone or iPad. Use the tool to keep track of sessions, speakers and other important conference...

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USSC - NAACP v. Alabama (ebook)

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) v. Alabama, 357 U.S. 449 (1958), was an important civil rights case brought...

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NAACP calls Pandora-backed legislation unfair

In a letter to Congress, the civil rights group asks that lawmakers vote no on legislation designed to cut the rates paid by Pandora and other Webcasters to artists -- some of whom are elderly Motown performers who weren't compensated fairly for their original work.

By November 8, 2012

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On Call: Civil rights groups line up behind AT&T-T-Mobile merger

AT&T is getting support from all corners for its bid for T-Mobile, even from groups like GLAAD, the NAACP, and the Sierra Club.

By June 15, 2011

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AT&T: Support growing for T-Mobile merger

The carrier says that major groups including the AFL-CIO and NAACP, along with 15 state governors, are giving a thumbs-up to its proposed takeover of T-Mobile USA.

By June 3, 2011

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Short take: NAACP, BellSouth to Webcast annual convention

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and BellSouth are cohosting a Webcast of the 89th annual NAACP convention in Atlanta, July 12 to 14. Featured speakers include Vice President Al Gore, Colin Powell, and NAACP president and CEO Kweisi Mfume.

July 10, 1998

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Controversial domains go to civil rights groups

Groups such as the Anti-Defamation League and the NAACP quietly register some of the most derogatory domain names on the Net.

By May 1, 1998