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  • Some Pastors Chose Not To Go To NAACP Dinner (Prop. 8 Backlash Brewing Alert)

    11/22/2008 9:35:54 AM PST · by goldstategop · 12 replies · 989+ views
    ABC News ^ | 11/21/2008 | Leslie Brinkley
    The emotion and strong-feelings on both sides of Proposition 8 divided leaders in the African-American community on Friday night. At the annual NAACP Banquet in San Francisco some pastors chose to boycott because of another's stance on same-sex marriage. "Seizing our moment of triumph" was the NAACP celebratory theme for this major fundraiser, but conversation often still centered on Proposition 8 and Rev. Amos Brown's much publicized stance to support same-sex marriage civil rights. "Tonight our national president, Ben Jealous, will be here to show he stands with us. And for the state president Alice Huffman to be here, to...
  • McCain making play at NAACP for votes Obama should win

    07/13/2008 4:47:53 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 24 replies · 106+ views
    McClatchy Newspapers ^ | 2008-07-13 | William Douglas
    WASHINGTON Barack Obama and John McCain vie for African-American votes this week with appearances before the NAACP convention in Cincinnati, a stop with potential opportunities and pitfalls for both candidates.
  • Black Leaders Demand Apology For Editorial Cartoon

    08/22/2007 7:59:53 AM PDT · by Cagey · 76 replies · 2,591+ views
    WKMG TV NEWS ^ | 8-22-2007
    An editorial cartoon in last Friday's Florida Times-Union depicting a gunman wearing a T-shirt saying "Don't Snitch" continues to draw criticism, with some black leaders calling for an apology, the firing of the cartoonist and other demands, according to a WJXT-TV report in Jacksonville. Two young children drawn in the cartoon say "I didn't see nuttin'!" Then the gunman says, "Now that's a good little ho! In a letter sent to all Jacksonville television stations as well as the newspaper, the Jacksonville Leadership Coalition called the cartoon "racist, culturally insensitive and degrading to African-American women." In addition to the apology,...
  • Duke's Rush To Judgment (Durham, The Massachusetts Of North Carolina Rape Injustice Case Alert)

    11/16/2006 1:39:09 AM PST · by goldstategop · 158 replies · 6,187+ views
    Frontpagemag.com ^ | 11/16/2006 | Jamie Glazov
    Frontpage Interview's guest today is KC Johnson, a professor of history at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center. With a B.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University, he specializes in 20th century U.S. political, constitutional, and diplomatic history. He writes a blog, Durham-in-Wonderland, which offers comments and analysis about the Duke/Nifong case. FP: KC Johnson, welcome to Frontpage Interview. Johnson: Thank you for speaking with me. FP: Kindly summarize briefly for our readers what this case involving the three Lacrosse students is about. Johnson: This is the story of how a case virtually devoid of evidence, constructed upon a tissue...
  • Tookie And Moses (Joseph Farah Slams NAACLP's Analogy Of Biblical Hero To Quadruple Murderer Alert)

    12/05/2005 6:16:50 AM PST · by goldstategop · 37 replies · 7,314+ views
    Worldnetdaily.com ^ | 11/05/05 | Joseph Farah
    This just in from the "what-can-you-say?" department. The rhetoric being delivered by the moral reprobates trying to save from execution next week Stanley "Tookie" Williams, the California quadruple murderer and founder of the Crips street gang, is getting even more overheated, hysterical and irrational. In calling for clemency for the monster who should serve as a walking, talking billboard for capital punishment, Jamal Watkins, western regional director for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, compared Williams to Moses. I'm not kidding. Moses! What do Williams and Moses have in common? According to Watkins, Moses, too, was "found...