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CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY: The Wilmington Ten, Fifty Years Later

On Feb. 6, during an uncharacteristically frigid night for a southern city like Wilmington, a bomb was set off in the popular neighborhood grocery. As police and firefighters arrived on the scene, gun fire could be heard above the siren squeals and activity. Sniper fire, which was intended for the Wilmington Ten’s members, struck a police officer. Police eventually arrested the ten activists.

US Mint Produces Collectible Coin Honoring SC Activist

AP Wire Service CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) _ A South Carolina civil rights leader and activist is being honored with a collectible coin issued by the...

Cal NAACP Praises AG Becerra for Investigating LA Sheriff’s Dept.

Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media The California-Hawaii Conference of the NAACP is applauding outgoing California Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s decision to conduct a...

Your Student Loans Are Paused– But Not Yet Pardoned

Quinci LeGardye | California Black Media On Jan. 20, at the request of President Joe Biden, the U.S. Department of Education announced that it would...

NAACP San Diego Branch Opposes Nomination of Superintendent Cindy Marten to the Post...

The NAACP San Diego would like to express its firm and resolute opposition to the nomination of current San Diego Unified School District Superintendent...

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