#BikingWhileBlack: NAACP and Black Motorcyclists Sue Myrtle Beach, SC, for Discrimination During ‚ÄėBlack Bike Week‚Äô

The NAACP has joined with a couple and another man to sue the city of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and its Police Department over what they deem the discriminatory treatment of thousands of black motorcycling enthusiasts who descend on the city for ‚ÄúBlack Bike Week‚ÄĚ on Memorial Day weekend each year.

Google Doodle Pays Tribute to the 100th Anniversary of the NAACP‚Äôs ‚ÄėSilent Protest‚Äô Parade¬†

Every now and again, Google shares a gem in the form of a doodle on its home page, recognizing dates that have some relevance to history, culture‚ÄĒanything like that. Today‚Äôs doodle marks the 100-year anniversary of the iconic Silent Protest Parade where some 10,000 African Americans marched in total silence to protest‚Ķ

NAACP Dismisses President as Organization Reimagines Itself to Address 21st-Century Challenges

After three years in the position, NAACP President Cornell William Brooks was voted out by the organization‚Äôs national board Friday as the organization pledges a ‚Äúsystemwide refresh‚ÄĚ and ‚Äústrategic reenvisioning‚ÄĚ to best position the historic civil rights organization to ‚Äúconfront the realities of today‚Äôs volatile‚Ķ