NBA players and civil rights leaders criticized Adam Silver slapping Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver on the wrist.


They may not be household names, but these folks are fighting for change necessary to make democracy work.

NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson expertly trolled Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and her staunch opposition to voting rights by resurfacing one of her old tweets that called voting rights icon John Lewis her "hero."

Maxine Waters was deep in her bag Thursday morning ahead of the House’ procedural vote on the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry against the president.


What is taking place in Georgia is nothing more than an attempt to silence the political power and the voice of Black voters, writes Derrick Johnson, president and CEO of the NAACP.


The NAACP appointed Derrick Johnson as the organization’s president and CEO.

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The NAACP contends that the Trump administration unlawfully defaulted on America’s commitment to protect young, undocumented immigrants of color living in the United States.

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Charlottesville is a wake-up call for those who argue the world has changed, Interim NAACP President Derrick Johnson writes.