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Musk allegedly broke commitments to civil rights groups when he reinstated the former president after the results of a Twitter poll.

A GOP-led last-second lawsuit aims to stop absentee ballots in Detroit.

It should surprise absolutely no one that police are out here trying to police the way Black people feel about police.

Read Vice President Kamala Harris' address to the 113th annual NAACP Convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

New York's NAACP President Hazel Dukes has offered a vehement defense of Brian Benjamin, the state's now-former lieutenant governor who resigned hours after he was indicted for alleged campaign finance violations, including bribery.

Highlighting three Black women, Maia Chaka, Felecia M. Nave and Mia Schultz, who are breaking barriers and choosing to challenge inequity through their work and leadership. 

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."

Barbie will release a doll honoring trailblazing journalist and activist Ida B. Wells.

Capellan called the right to vote sacred and called on commissioners to prioritize election integrity by honoring the deadline posted on the instructions. "Commissioners must protect the integrity of this election and honor the return deadline they sent out to 17,000 voters, release details about which voters in which municipalities received this false information, and publicly publish a detailed plan to ensure this never happens again," Capellan continued."  

The president of the NAACP's Atlanta chapter has apologized for denouncing Kasim Reed's candidacy for mayor one day after the national group publicly admonished what it said amounted to an unsanctioned endorsement. Other NAACP members beg to differ.

Pernell Harris was beaten to almost death by Coffee County Police last week. Now the family and The Coffee County chapter of the NAACP are looking for answers.

Celebrated last November for saving Democracy, Black organizers and the voters they mobilized will not rest until federal voting rights legislation is passed.