NAACP: CELEBRATING A CENTURY - 100 YEARS IN PICTURES BY INC NAACP AND THE CRISIS PUBLISHING CO.

NAACP: CELEBRATING A CENTURY - 100 YEARS IN PICTURES
NAACP: CELEBRATING A CENTURY - 100 YEARS IN PICTURES
Item# ISBN 978-1423605270
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The book covers monumental events that affect the fabric of our lives, including fair voting laws, desegregation of public schools, desegregation of the military, anti-lynching laws, fair housing opportunities, and equal representation of African Americans in the entertainment industry. The stories of James Weldon Johnson, Walter White, Thurgood Marshall, Rosa Parks, Roy Wilkins, Benjamin Hooks, and countless others shine from these pages as examples of what good and courageous people can accomplish by coming together to change the world for good. From old to young, from black to white, from the ballot box to the boardroom, members of the NAACP have led the fight for civil and political liberty, social justice, and the true enactment of freedom. Celebrate the history and centennial of the NAACP with this book that will be treasured for generations to come. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. Founded in 1909, the NAACP has led the fight against racism, social injustice, and inequality for a century. The NAACP has some 300,000 members in all fifty states and Germany and Japan. The dedicated workers, organizers, and leaders of the NAACP work tirelessly on local, state, national, and international levels to end discrimination and ensure the political, social, and economic equality of all people. Hardcover 456 pages