Discussion in 'Law Forum - Prisons - Gun Ownership' started by Lunar Cycle, Aug 22, 2017.
Money talks. Just look at the gay rights movement. Largely moved by financial means
I documented it in here. I was right on the firing ling. I filmed it as well. ( I blame my son for it not being posted. ) So, yes, I put my a** where my mouth is. I also participated in their voter registration program for the extended weekend I was there
Nothing new here, you are preaching to the
Nothing has changed in Ferguson resulting from these actions, in fact, it may be worse ...
Wounds are still raw in Ferguson, three years after Michael Brown
Ferguson Issues and Post-Michael Brown Movement (BLM)
Discussion in 'Law Forum - Prisons - Gun Ownership' started by Clyde C Coger Jr, Aug 25, 2014
Boycotting: Economic empowerment through informed choice.
Economic empowerment, first foremost and always
Violence begats violence and foments hostile intent
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Those Blacks that are aware of the NAACP use their services, including my family.
Those that are aware of the benefits of a NAACP membership will have one.
The less Blacks that are aware of their services, the better.
More for the rest of us. I kinda think the NAACP likes it that way.
Word of mouth.
When I worked with the Urban League, the NAACP was at one end of the hall, and the Urban League at the other end. The only 2 business on the floor. Very positive.
We wanted the NAACP to be a Black organization.
I've heard this voiced so often
In some states, you might have more than one city that has a NAACP office.
Wherever we moved (military), I took a visit to the Urban League and the NAACP to get a feel of the Black communities in the city.
Yes Ma'am, you said a mouthful then, it's exactly the way they like it, less is best.
Still today, we want it to be a Black organization, and most Black folk think that it is a black institution.
NAACP LEGAL HISTORY
NAACP | NAACP Legal History
http://www.naacp.org/legal-department/naacp-legal-history/ - 43k - Cached - Similar pages
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