Ex-NAACP official finds a new destiny Promotion appears to put him in line to succeed Farrakhan
Key affirmative action case settled Civil rights groups step in to end dispute over N.J. school job
Legacy of school busing on trial Infusion of aid sought to help P.G. system
Fight over affirmative action rages around rights nominee Lee's foes say opposition is over policy, not personal
James D. Williams Jr., 70, journalist, spokesman for Urban League, NAACP
NAACP chooses Baltimore as convention site for 2000 San Francisco, Washington also bid
More room at the inns
Mfume seeks to renew NAACP-church alliance Group's leader announces initiatives to re-establish ties, promote growth
Unscheduled departure for a Jamaican at BWI After a strip-search for drugs, he's taken to hospital for X-rays
Ghosts of the South Alfreda Hughes grew up black in a segregated Baltimore and heard the family story many times: She had the same great-grandfather as a white man from Mississippi. The man's name? William Faulkner. And therein lies a tale.
Taking two sides on pollution and building...
Former NAACP leader seeks to build bridges Cooperation between Islam, Christianity is Muhammad's goal
Right wing must live down past racism
NAACP's rehetoric, tactics fail to target real needs
Media disinformation on affirmative action
Step up recruiting, Mfume urges NAACP Leaders told to protest, form youth councils, avoid becoming a 'social club'
Mfume predicts he will succeed in raising dues for NAACP Pending vote, adult fee would be $25 annually; youths would pay $10
Mfume wants NAACP gathering to debate education reform Civil rights group's leader sounds call for solutions to blacks' classroom crisis
Prince George's seeks end to court's school-busing order 25-year effort said to serve no purpose
NAACP focuses on civil rights mission At convention in Pittsburgh, tactics are likely key issue
New leader eyes tough questions Brooks seeks rewards for problem-solving in Baltimore Co. schools
NAACP to march against police brutality, Mfume says Also on Pittsburgh agenda: military discrimination
Gloster B. Current, 84, former deputy executive...
Is integration still necessary?
The NAACP rethinks integration
Delegate's e-mail called racist Legislators critical of parody Jacobs sent over Internet
NAACP goes to school to rally students Tough talk of need to get an education warmly applauded
Voice from vanguard of civil rights movement James Farmer, last of a generation of black leaders, talks of hope
POLICE CHIEF FACES DROP IN SUPPORT; SCHMOKE REPORTED 'VERY ANGRY' AS KEY MEETING NEARS; COUNCIL HEAD WANTS OUSTER; FRAZIER DEFENDS DANIEL'S SUSPENSION OVER REMARKS
NAACP BEGINS PROJECT TO MAKE ARCHIVES ACCESSIBLE ON INTERNET; TWO BABY BELL COMPANIES GIVE $125,000 TO EFFORT
Light rail is too easy to cheat...
Rawlings near end of struggle Time of delusion almost over, says school reform author
Keeping public money public Alliance: People for the American Way and the NAACP have joined forces to fight use of taxpayer funds for private school voucher plans.
2 more Aberdeen sergeants charged NAACP says cases against black soldiers involve prejudice
Slayings of well-known rap artists spur NAACP to set up anti-violence rallies Civil rights group hopes to get message to youths while alarm is fresh
Stepping up, speaking out Advocate: Harford County NAACP President Janice Grant has propelled herself into the midst of one of the Army's worst scandals to protect the civil rights of the accusers and accused.
Others at APG allegedly coerced Woman who accuses Army of threats says many more affected
Effort launched to link city, surrounding countiesInterfaith...
How do you score? Test: Advocates say it's just a tool. Critics say it can cost you a mortgage. More lenders are relying on a score of your creditworthiness.
A new debate over nonviolence Militant: A fiery black advocate of violence in the 1960s has returned to the spotlight with recent revelations that Thurgood Marshall passed information about him to the FBI.
Separate probe of Aberdeen sought NAACP says blacks unfairly targeted by Army investigators
RACISM FOUUGHT FROM ABROAD Leaders: Several notable African-Americans recognized that establishing a base in western Europe was a useful tactic in the struggle to improve conditions in United States
NAACP ready for next step Debt reduced: Civil rights issues facing nation must again become top priority.
Leonard's unscripted heroism Revolutionary: The TV producer who gave the country "Gomer Pyle" also gave it better race relations.
Mfume's NAACP agenda ambitious Welfare reform, affirmative action among items in talk
Mfume sent two messages about Supreme Court Justice Thomas
Africian and American Remembrance: Black HIstory Month is celebrated in historical and art art exhibits, contests, dramatic and musical presentations, storytelling and more.
Memories of King's lessons Protege: Dr. Levi Watkins Jr. once benefited firsthand from the teachings of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Clarence Thomas as role model Story to tell: Justice's controversial court opinions overshadow his achievements.