Skip to comments.NAACP To Honor Noted Racist Donald Sterling (Again)
Posted on 04/26/2014 3:17:01 PM PDT by Kid Shelleen
In 2009, the Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP honored Donald Sterling with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Soon after the announcement was made, much of the world learned of Sterling's unrepentant racism thanks to Elgin Baylor's employment discrimination lawsuit. --SNIP-- The NAACP's Los Angeles chapter has now twice combined an awful decision with even worse timing. On May 15, 2014, Donald Sterling is set to receive another Lifetime Achievement Award. Sterling also won the 2008 NAACP Presidents Award.
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This is getting real juicy. Standing by for more NEWS>
I seriously wonder if the brain trust at the NAA(L)CP (liberal) forgot they already gave him one.
Get Out Of Town! Seriously, Sharpton?....hahahahaha
They probably need more money. As long as his checks don’t bounce what difference does it make ?
Everyone in attendance better hope Rev Al doesn’t rat out on them LOL
That might be true, but it still doesn’t rule out my hypothesis, too.
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Watch for it. This ‘honor ceremony’ will be postponed for more thorough review. Since it mainly revolves around money opportunites, he’ll probably get it anyway, sometime in the fall, when no ones. looking.
The Los Angeles KKKlippers?
No NAACP at the games please. LMAO.
Democrats can’t be racist, no matter how racist they might be. Remember Sheets Bird?
I also wonder if he’s the reason the NAACP stays solvent.
Yeah ES I was hoping somebody post this apparently they are this came out OOPS BAD PR
Donald Sterling does have reputation about African Americans people who play for them telling TMZ he is racist SOB
Slaves, making an average of $5 million a year .... where do we sign up??
You can’t make this stuff up is right. Thanks for a great find...
The press won’t allow this story to get legs... it’s too close to home.
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