Chapter President, the Reverend Wendell Anthony, says the group has accomplished a great deal but still has more work to do to– particularly on the emergency manager law in Michigan.
The Detroit Branch NAACP will match opportunity with potential when it hosts the 7th Annual Jobs! Jobs! Jobs! – A Super Career Expo on Friday, May 4.
Hundreds gathered in Hart Plaza for a peaceful protest over the death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
The Oakland County Branch of the NAACP is offering support to a 25-year-old WSU student who says he was beaten in an incident of racial intimidation.
Over 3,000 people took part in the march from Hope United Methodist Church to the Southfield Pavilion to pay tribute to Dr. King.
Michigan’s new redistricting plan for the State Legislature is the subject of a lawsuit filed today in U.S. District Court.
The Detroit Chapter of the NAACP and the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization have taken court action against the termination of state welfare cash benefits.
The President of the Detroit Branch of the NAACP, says the city has some fine officers who put their lives on the line every day for the public. But, he also thinks parents must play their part.
The NAACP is offering a $1,000 reward for more information about the racist graffiti found on a restroom wall at Birmingham’s Seaholm High School.
Kid Rock took his checkbook to Detroit City Hall, Monday, helping out several local charities to the tune of $50,000.