The Reverend James Woodall accused the GOP secretary of state of attempting to disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters throughout Georgia.
The civil rights organization accused the Trump campaign and Republican National Convention of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act in their election lawsuits.
Several prominent civil rights leaders are urging President-elect Joe Biden to nominate a Black person to be his attorney general, citing pressing issues like voting rights, police violence and prison concerns that disproportionately have affected the Black community.
Despite being best known for refusing to give up her seat on an Alabama bus, Rosa Parks made numerous contributions to the Civil Rights movement and other political causes throughout her life.
A new suit alleged that the Trump campaign sought to disenfranchise Black voters by pressuring local officials not to certify election results in Detroit.
Portland's NAACP president Rev. E.D. Mondainé said protests in the Oregon city would continue until "unapologetic and deliberate actions" are taken to begin to "root out systemic racism."
"There's no such thing as BLUE LIVES. Stop comparing your JOB with my LIFE. Your CAREER is a choice, my BLACKNESS isn't," said Bishop Talbert Swan, president of a local NAACP chapter in Massachusetts.
The refusal to break ties with a chapter led by a Nation of Islam supporter has put the venerable civil rights organization's allies in a dificult position.
One of the children was 9 years old.
The lawsuit says the education secretary diverted $13.2 billion in coronavirus funds from economically disadvantaged public schools to K-12 private schools.
"White people make up just 8% of the world's population, so if you flood all-white majority countries with nonwhites you eliminate white children forever," the racist Facebook ad said.
An estimated 15.5 percent of U.S. law enforcement officers are Black, but Black Americans are still six times more likely than white Americans to end up in prison.
"If, in fact, there are ways to get direct payments for reparations, I want to see it," Joe Biden said Thursday
"We want to use our privilege and platform to be an ally," the couple said in a statement.
"We are confident that any investigation will ultimately show that our office acted appropriately under the circumstance," Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson said.
Protestors demand the resignation of two district attorneys, Jackie Johnson and George Barnhill, after they recused themselves from the Ahmaud Arbery investigation.
A customer at the restaurant in Evansville, Indiana, asked to be served by a white staff member in an alleged racist incident that Olive Garden is investigating.
The White House lawyer provided Betsy DeVos with legal justification for ignoring a 2018 court order, prompting a judge to hold the Education Secretary in contempt of court last month.
NAACP leaders postponed the North Carolina chapter elections after candidate Curtis Gatewood was accused of sexual misconduct.
Dr. Tisha Rowe was flying to Miami with her 8-year-old son when she was told her outfit was inappropriate.
Parents have demanded the officer apologize for shouting at their children as they waited to attend an after-school club.
Several family members of victims killed in the Valentine's Day massacre criticized the NAACP for bringing race into the conversation.
The network was criticized after it unveiled its election team.
"As I laid the rebel flag down across Vernon's grave, I told my grandson what it represents—our hope that racism and hatred would die."
"We all should be concerned of any act of hate because it affects all of us."
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corey Stewart's media and advertising head railed against the NAACP as the "more violent" version of the KKK and demanded black leaders tell NFL players they must stand during the National Anthem.
Rachel Dolezal, who changed her name to Nkechi Diallo in 2016, illegally received $8,847 in food and childcare assistance between August 2015 and November 2017.