Earl Thinks Wrote:
Jul 16, 2012 10:08 AM
The NAACP stopped speaking for Black Americans for several decades. They virtually sold their souls to the very people they were created to battle.Their relevence evaporated in the early 70's under the initial premise. They 'could' have changed course and 'Advanced' the elements within the Civil Rights Act of '64, but went into allegiance with the people who wanted to maintain the 'plantation' under the illusion of 'Freedom and Equality'. The survival of the organization 'trumped' the forsight of 'Advancing' into the next stage and phaze of particiation into the American proposition, where education and economic access would have been applied and we wouldn't be having this conversation at all.