ABOUT Benjamin Todd Jealous
June 07, 2012
Your Take: The NAACP's president explains plans for a silent protest of a racially skewed police practice.
Forty-three years to the day after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s slaying, those who fight for social and economic justice still face real threats to their safety and rights, says the NAACP's president.
The NAACP is going to war for “real” health care reform. And that must include a public option.
When I met Troy Davis earlier this year, I was convinced of his innocence. Why did it take the American justice system so long to act?
Will Republicans continue to advance divisive politics rooted in America’s sad history of racism and exclusion? Or can they rise to meet the challenges of 21st-century, multicultural America with dignity and honor?
Wrongful convictions of black men have become commonplace. But conviction of Troy Davis in Chatham County, Georgia is one of the most egregious and compelling cases in decades. You can help save this man's life.