NAACP, ACLU Argue Against State Request For School Funding Case To Be Thrown OutFew areas of concern are generating more attention and more debate in Maryland than the cost of public education.
Women Travel From North Carolina To Baltimore To Demand Removal Of NAACP MemberWomen from the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP are traveling to the organization's national headquarters in Baltimore to demand the removal of a member who they say harassed a former employee.
NAACP: Search For Coppin State President Lacks Transparency The president of the Baltimore branch of the NAACP says the chair of the search committee for a new Coppin State University president has agreed to meet with him after he complained about the search process.
Advocacy Groups Want To Reopen Landmark School Funding CaseTwo civil rights organizations are petitioning to reopen a landmark case in an effort to force the state of Maryland to increase funding for Baltimore city public schools.
Judge Refuses To Throw Out NAACP's Lawsuit Over 2020 CensusA federal judge in Maryland is allowing the NAACP to pursue its claim that the U.S. Census Bureau has insufficient funds to properly conduct the 2020 Census, risking a massive undercount.
Former Anne Arundel Co. Schools Employee Suing For Racial Discrimination“A spirit of racism in Anne Arundel County” are bold claims from the NAACP and Council on American-Islamic Relations Wednesday.
Black Girls Punished More Often In Baltimore Schools, NAACP Study SaysBlack girls in Baltimore City schools are punished more frequently and have less access to "gifted and talented" classes than their white peers, according to a study by the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Anne Arundel Co. School At Center Of Racism AllegationsStudents joined their parents, local pastors and the Anne Arundel County NAACP, to speak about unsettling words. Words they say were aimed at them at Chesapeake High School.
NAACP Report Details Inequality Gap For African Americans In BaltimoreA report from the NAACP shows the disparity amongst African Americans and others in Baltimore and cities across the country.
DuVernay, 'Black-Ish,' 'Power' Win At NAACP Image AwardsA jubilant Ava DuVernay was named entertainer of the year at an NAACP Image Awards ceremony that focused on the black community's power to create change.
Maryland School District Explores Ban On Confederate ClothesA Maryland school district is exploring whether it can legally prohibit students from wearing the Confederate flag on clothing and other accessories.
NAACP Plans To Protest Trump's Visit To AtlantaThe NAACP is urging people to wear white and hold anti-Trump signs on Monday. Another group says demonstrators will "take a knee" before the big game to protest President Donald Trump's visit to Atlanta.
State Leaders To Help Marylanders Enroll In Health InsuranceA Coalition of state leaders will be announcing "Last Chance" events to help people in Maryland enroll in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act during the weekend of December 8-10.
NAACP To Host Baltimore Town Hall On Police ReformThe NAACP will be co-hosting a town hall in Baltimore as a partner organization of the Civil Rights Coalition for Police Reform.
NAACP Issues Travel Advisory For American AirlinesThe NAACP is telling people, especially African Americans to not fly with American Airlines.