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A Look Back at the NAACP

For 100 years, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has been on the front line of the race debate.

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Article | When black college students began the sit-in protests that led to the integration of the Jim Crow South, news spread quickly by word of mouth. Soon, students in several states were engaged in similar nonviolent sit-ins, spurring on the civil rights movement.
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Article | The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People turns 100 today, and its leaders are confronting provocative questions: How relevant is the NAACP in the age of Barack Obama? Now that an African American occupies the nation's highest office, is there still a crying need for an...

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