C. Delores Tucker, center, walks hand-in-hand with Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., fourth from left, during a 1965 march in Alabama (Submitted Photo)
The Philadelphia Tribune

Women’s History Month: Civil rights icon C. Delores Tucker left trailblazing legacy

THE PHILADELPHIA TRIBUNE — That determination of C. DeLores Tucker fueled a lifetime of activism for advancing the rights of Black people and women. […read more]

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Wells Fargo, NAACP, National Urban League to Host Housing Forums for Aspiring Homeowners during National Homeownership Month

Media Veronica Clemons Wells Fargo 704-715-5145 Veronica.c.clemons@wellsfargo.com Nicole Kenney NAACP 202-478-6409 nkenney@naacpnet.org Latraviette D. Smith-Wilson National Urban League 212-558-5433 lsmithadv@nul.org DES MOINES, Iowa – May 29, 2014 – Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and National Urban Read More

National

Charges Dropped Against SC NAACP President

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Prosecutors have dropped disorderly conduct, trespassing and resisting arrest charges against South Carolina NAACP Lonnie Randolph the same day his trial was set to begin. City of Columbia prosecutors said Monday that the owner of the dry cleaners where Randolph was Read More

National

NAACP Names Interim President, CEO

BALTIMORE (AP) — The NAACP has selected a former House of Representatives clerk as an interim president and CEO while the organization seeks a new leader. The nation’s largest and oldest civil rights group announced at its board meeting over the weekend that Lorraine Miller Read More

Politics

The Elusive ‘Black Agenda’

by Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent Rep. Marcia Fudge says Blacks Need to Press their Case WASHINGTON (NNPA) – A few weeks after President Barack Obama won four more years in the White House, dozens of Black leaders crowded around a podium in the Congressional Read More