NAACP Victory: The Wilmington 10 Pardoned

On January 7, 2013, in News, by admin

40 years after being wrongfully accused of firebombing a Norh Carolina grocery store, The Wilimington 10 received a Pardon of Innocence from Governor Beverly Purdue. These young activists were non-violent protestors fighting for educational equality. They were framed, wrongfully convicted and incarcerated. The NAACP submitted over 15,000 signatures for a petition in support of justice for […]

This Election Day, Black Voters Made History

On November 7, 2012, in News, by admin

The NAACP and top pollsters, including Latino Decisions, polled voters on the issues that matter to them, their family and community for the NAACP Battleground Poll. Sixteen hundred African American voters and likely voters from Ohio, Virginia, Florida and Georgia were interviewed.  NAACP President and CEO, Benjamin Todd Jealous had this to say about the […]

2012 African American Economic Summit

On June 18, 2012, in News, by admin

The South Carolina NAACP and the School of Business at Claflin University are pleased to present the African American Economic Summit on Saturday, July 21, 2012 from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. The Summit will take place at Claflin University’s Fine Arts Center in Orangeburg, SC. Registration begins at 8:30 AM. Join us as we […]

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