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“One  Borough, One City, One Dream” The  NAACP-Brooklyn Branch Annual  Freedom Fund Reception & Awards Ceremony

“One Borough, One City, One Dream” The NAACP-Brooklyn Branch Annual Freedom Fund Reception & Awards Ceremony Updated

🕔13:49, 13.May 2011

“ONE BOROUGH, ONE CITY, ONE DREAM”  was the theme for The  National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Brooklyn  Branch, Fifth Annual Freedom Fund Reception Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May  11 at the Brooklyn Public Library in the

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Pennsylvania NAACP, Students and Lawmakers Demand Halt to Education Cuts Updated

🕔10:59, 1.May 2011

…Teachers and Lawmakers from around the State Calling for Education Over Incarceration – (Harrisburg, PA) – On Tuesday, April 26th, the NAACP Pennsylvania State Conference led the “Children’s March to Save Public Education”, a rally of students, teachers and legislators

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Docu-Series Breathes Life into Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases, New Meaning to Cry “No Justice, No Peace” Updated

🕔15:58, 24.Feb 2011

Beverly Terry Last week, Investigation Discovery, partnering with the NAACP, hosted the premiere of  their new reality three-part investigative docu-series, ‘The Injustice Files’ with narrator/host, film-maker Keith Beauchamp at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Feb. 16th, 2011.

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NAACP Raises Alarm Over Growing Cases of AIDS in African-American Communities: Poverty, Lack of Health Care Causes Disproportionate Rate Amongst African-Americans Updated

🕔09:52, 2.Dec 2010

Washington- In observance of World AIDS Day, December 1st, the NAACP stands united in the global fight against HIV and AIDS.  The World Health Organization established World AIDS Day in 1988 to provide national AIDS programs, faith organizations, community organizations

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Lena Horne Passes Late Sunday Night Updated

🕔06:52, 10.May 2010

  Singer, dancer and actress Lena Horne died at New York-Presbyterian Hospital on Sunday night, a hospital spokeswoman said. Horne was 92. She was one of the first African-Americans to sign a long-term movie contract with a major Hollywood studio

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