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The Honorable Congresswoman from Los Angeles accepted the Governor's Award from the NAACP with a barn-burning speech.
Lindsey Graham showed why he and the GOP failed spectacularly to make the grade on Civil Rights according to the NAACP.
Senator Lindsey Graham was quite frustrated at the hearing for AG nominee William Barr on Wednesday, when he could not get NAACP president Derrick Johnson to say Republican policies aren't racist.
It's not getting much play, but it should.
"A lot of what he believes in, we believe in."
NAACP Leader William Barber faces angry comments about "those people," but he is the one asked to leave the plane.
The layers of this story are not to be believed.
Members of the NAACP were booed and called "racist" by white residents on Tuesday as they tried to make their case for removing Confederate symbols at Effingham County High School in Georgia.
"We remember the life of civil rights pioneer Julian Bond, who died on Saturday at the age of 75."
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