ABOUT Benjamin Todd Jealous
May 19, 2013
Writing at the Huffington Post, NAACP President and CEO Benjamin T. Jealous checks in on a debate raging around a court settlement for black farmers, contending that there is no way to make up for the decades of discrimination that crippled the group's proud history.
The plights of African Americans and immigrants in America aren't so different, and NAACP leader Benjamin Todd Jealous writes on the Huffington Post that blacks should support the universal struggle for equality.
In a victory for voters' rights, felon-disenfranchisement laws are being overturned in Deleware, and NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous writes on the Huffington Post that it's high time for the rest of the country to follow suit.
Writing at the Huffington Post, NAACP President Benjamin Todd Jealous says the belief that African-American teenagers are inherently more likely to be criminals is ingrained in our society.
Your Take: As the Supreme Court case begins, the NAACP's CEO argues to keep the Voting Rights Act intact.