Rachel Dolezal, Ex-NAACP Chief Who Posed As Black Woman, Pleads Not Guilty To Welfare FraudNkechi Diallo, formerly known as Rachel Dolezal, is charged with welfare fraud and false verification for public assistance.
NAACP Sues Homeland Security Over Haiti Immigration PolicyThe organization says President Trump's disparaging comments about immigrants and their home countries is evidence of racial discrimination that has influenced his administration's decision to end protections for roughly 60,000 Haitians.
California NAACP Wants 'Star Spangled Banner' ReplacedThe group believes that lyric celebrates the deaths of slaves who were fighting along with the British to try to win their freedom from American slaveholders.
Loretta Sanchez Finds Herself In Hot Water After Making Trump-Like Comments About MuslimsTazer Herzallah says the Muslim community has worked closely with Sanchez for two decades.
Dozens Attend Town Hall Meeting In Pacoima To Discuss Race, Police ViolenceThe groups hoped that a dialog between the police and the black community could help calm tensions.
Family Wants Answers After Victorville Man Dies In Deputy CustodyRelatives of a Victorville man who died while in the custody of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department are demanding an independent investigation into his death.
Compton NAACP Demands Federal Probe Into Beating Of Mentally Disabled Man By DeputiesThe Compton chapter of the NAACP is calling for a federal investigation into the July 14 beating of a mentally disabled man by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies.
Ex-LA NAACP Head Says Sterling Was 'Really Distraught,' Near Tears After CNN InterviewThe former president of the Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP says Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was a "wreck" and almost crying after a television interview in which Sterling derided Magic Johnson as a role model.
LA NAACP President Resigns Over Move To Honor SterlingThe president of the Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP resigned Thursday, following scrutiny of his plan to give Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling an award for promoting civil rights.
NAACP To Return Donations From Clippers Owner Over Comments ControversyThe Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP will return donations Clippers owner Donald Sterling has made to the organization in response to alleged racist remarks he made in a recorded conversation.
NAACP: Sterling Will Not Be Awarded Lifetime Achievement HonorInterim President and CEO Lorraine C. Miller addressed racist remarks Sterling allegedly made during a recorded conversation in a statement on the civil rights organization's website.