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NAACP Partners with BET Networks to Broadcast the 51st NAACP Image Awards Live On February 22, 2020

NAACP Partners with BET Networks to Broadcast the 51st NAACP Image Awards Live On February 22, 2020

  The NAACP and BET Networks announced a broadcast partnership to air the 51st NAACP Image Awards. The telecast will take place from Pasadena, California and will air on BET Networks for the first time ever. The announcement was made today by NAACP National Board of Directors Chairman Leon W. Russell, NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson, President of BET […]

The Continued Hypocrisy of the N.A.A.C.P.

The Continued Hypocrisy of the N.A.A.C.P.

  By Raynard Jackson (NNPA Newswire Columnist) There’s a sickness that has inflicted the Black community for the past fifty years that few people want to acknowledge.  This disease has killed more Blacks than any white person wearing a hood; it has killed more Black babies than Planned Parenthood; and has made the Black community […]

The NAACP Stoops to New Low with Jeff Sessions Sit-In Protest

The NAACP Stoops to New Low with Jeff Sessions Sit-In Protest

By Raynard Jackson (NNPA Newswire Columnist) Once again, the radical liberal National Association for the Advancement of “Certain” People (NAACP) has proven that Blacks can indeed sellout their own people and even be extremely hypocritical. The NAACP’s perpetual promotion to the Black community of radical Democratic policies, in recent years, has caused more harm to […]

NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet- Making your vote count

NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet- Making your vote count

   

Thinner Jenner; Blacker White

Thinner Jenner; Blacker White

    By Phil Erwin Some time ago, I was chairing a meeting of professionals of mixed gender and made a comment that began, “You guys need to be aware that…” Oh, boy. PC trap sprung. One of the non-guy “guys” sent eye-daggers across the conference table as she excoriated me with a prideful vehemence: […]

The New Age of Discrimination

The New Age of Discrimination

50 years after the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement, and with all the national focus over the ensuing decades on the ills of racial discrimination, you wouldn’t think that a major US university – even one in the Deep South – would still be discriminating. But you’d be wrong in that belief as evidenced […]

The Clippers, Sterling and much to do about mean old men

The Clippers, Sterling and much to do about mean old men

  . By Daniel Gelman

Oxnard public to council: move ahead on City Manager recruitment

Oxnard public to council: move ahead on City Manager recruitment

By George Miller A special City Council public meeting,  attended by about 130 people, was held on April 3 to present the two finalists (photos- below) for the City Manager recruitment. What was supposed to be a candidate “meet and greet” event turned more into public expression of dissatisfaction with the recruitment process, although candidates later […]