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Everything You Missed at the 45th NAACP Image Awards

By NewsOne   Did you miss the 45th NAACP Image Awards? Well, NewsOne, Hello Beautiful and The Urban Daily have you covered! The sites were front and center in covering the show to pull together some the greatest moments for you from slideshows of the best dressed to video of the most moving speeches – and a full list of the winners. Check it out! Pay Homage! Patti LaBelle & Gladys Knight Shutdown NAACP ...

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Aiding and abetting voter disenfranchisement

The Supreme Court just aided and abetted those who seek to suppress our right to vote. A narrow majority has ruled that Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act is unconstitutional. This is the formula used to determine which states and localities need preclearance before changing their voting laws. With the formula scrapped, the Department of Justice's most effective tool to prevent voter disenfranchisement has ...

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King, Pavone, Gardner appalled by rising death counts on NAACP, CBC watch

This recent death adds to the chilling reports of reproductive genocide in America. Why is the NAACP silent... again? ...

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NAACP poll details massive Black voter turnout

polling by the NAACP on election eve examined the role of Black voters in the 2012 presidential election and offered a glimpse into the political mindset and future of African-American voters ...

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Black Women’s Roundtable

Black Women's Roundtable   Shifts the Focus to the Issues and Voting Power of Black Women   at the Republican and Democratic Conventions   Black women discuss the power of the sister voter during the DNC. Pictured (L-R) Glynda C. Carr, Higher Heights for America; Rev. Leah Daughtry (at podium), On These Things; Hazel Dukes, NAACP; Clayola Brown, A. Philip Randolph Institute; Melanie L. Campbell, NCBCP/Black ...

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Mitt Romney Booed At NAACP Convention For Saying He Would Eliminate ObamaCare

During his Wednesday morning speech before the NAACP Convention in Houston, Texas, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney explained that his plans include reducing government spending by eliminating "every nonessential expensive program I can find, and that includes ObamaCare." Although several other Romney policy proposals were met with applause, the health-care remark was met with significant booin ...

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Black males navigate their way through higher education

W.E.B. Du Bois the American civil rights leader who cofounded the NAACP, had a very high opinion of Black men who graduated from college and designated them as the “Talented Tenth” ...

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