…in the creation of the (NAACP) in 1909 and edited , its magazine, from 1910 to 1934. His collection of essays (1903) is a landmark of African American literature.
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While the NAACP continues to identify and protest various forms of racial inequality in America, finding resolutions to de facto forms of racial discrimination have proven an ongoing challenge. the NAACP remains a powerful watchdog organization, promoting African American opportunity as a gauge of American democratic health.Explore historical materials related to the history of social reform at VCU Libraries’ Image Portal.
“For America’s Latino community, 9 out of 10 of whom are United States Citizens, the time for shallow condemnation and cringing is long over. Members of Congress who continue issuing statements to distance themselves from racist comments also need to take action to distance themselves from racist policies. The many who have voiced the need to address the plight of Dreamers have a clear decision to make: they can either support serious bipartisan negotiations happening in good faith and achieve a solutio