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The NAACP No Longer Speaks For Me

Arthur72 Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 3:27 AM
The NAACP is just like any number of "thuggish" unions, whose only task is say "yessir" to the master, or in this case, King Obama. Like the unions, the NAACP is also becoming even more irrelevant than ever before.

July 12, 2012 marked the end of the NAACP’s annual meeting and 103 years of faithful service to the black community. Members and their families gathered from around the world. Their annual pilgrimage celebrates the work of WEB Dubois, Medgar Evers, and thousands of patriots who believed in the American dream. When I personally think about the greatest years for the nation’s oldest civil rights organization, I think of the legacy of Harvard trained Charles Hamilton Houston. Houston became the NAACP chief counsel in 1935.

As the Howard University law school dean, he revolutionized the training of black lawyers - raising...