"The Rev. Duane L. Hoskins announced Friday that he plans to run for president of the NAACP Durham branch. "
Until the Durham NAACP cares to explain why it shared a podium with the NBBP and the NOI, where Shabazz was permitted to give the keynote address, and everyone was addressed as 'brother and sister' inside a Christian church (yet where evidently the mandatory criteria for inclusion in 'brotherhood' and 'sisterhood' was the color of one's skin, and not any unanimity of religious belief), I want nothing to do with that organization.
I hoped they liked Shabazz's speech. He calls for the total extermination of all whites, especially Jews, and heads up a certified hate group.
How would a white church that invited the head of the Klan to be their keynote speaker be treated?
When groups like the NAACP fail to speak up for and defend the rights of everyone, they appear hypocritical and only inflict damage on race relations. They appear to pick sides in any fight, with their only criteria being color.
The Durham NAACP has done more to build mistrust among whites and blacks than the Klan did in all the past 50 years.