Alice Huffman, Longtime Head Of NAACP's California-Hawaii Chapter, Announces ResignationAlice Huffman, the longtime head of California-Hawaii's chapter of the NAACP, announced that she will step down from her position in December after she again faced conflict-of-interest allegations involving her political consulting company.
CBS Announces Multi-Year Content Partnership With NAACPCBS & the NAACP announced a multi-year deal to create a variety of content across its television and streaming platforms.
Organizations Increasingly Recognizing Juneteenth As HolidayA growing number of organizations, including the Sacramento Kings, are recognizing Juneteenth as a holiday.
A Look At The Reason For Protesting: 'It's A Pain Unimaginable'As protests continue throughout the nation and right here in our own city, you might wonder what got us to this point.
Vanden High School Set To Resume Classes After Threat Of ViolenceVanden High School closed Wednesday after the school district received a threat of violence against students.
Report: Black Male Students Suspended At Highest Rate In Sacramento SchoolsOne in five black male students have been suspended in the Sacramento City Unified School District, more than any other district in the state.
Why Did Officers Mute Their Body Cameras After Stephon Clark Shooting?Questions are swirling over why Sacramento Police officers muted their body cameras minutes after shots were fired.
Trump Hails Civil Rights Heroes; Protesters Pan His RecordPresident Trump spent about 30 minutes at the museums, gave a 10-minute speech to select guests inside and then flew back to his Florida estate, skipping the public schedule of the dedication ceremony held outside on a chilly day. He spent more time getting to Jackson than he did on the ground.
NAACP Wants Meeting With NFL Commissioner About KaepernickThe NAACP wants a meeting with the NFL commissioner to discuss the fate of Colin Kaepernick.
Mom Says Playmobil Pirate Set Had Racist Instructions To Shackle Dark-Skinned CharacterThe dark-skinned character with no shoes and tattered pants came with instructions to put some sort of neck piece on him.
Criminal Grand Juries Banned In Officer-Involved Shooting CasesThe ban, which was signed by the governor Tuesday is drawing both praise and criticism.
Sacramento NAACP Calls News & Review's Kevin Johnson Cover RacistThe image depicts Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson reading the weekly newspaper with the headline "K.J. Sues SN&R" with a furrowed brow and two beads of sweat coming from his forehead.
Los Angeles NAACP Chapter President Resigns Over Move To Honor Donald SterlingLeon Jenkins said he is stepping down because of "negative exposure" after Sterling controversy.
California Has Similar 'Stand Your Ground' Wording As Florida Self-Defense LawMcGeorge Law School Professor John Myers says Florida’s self-defense law that led to George Zimmerman’s acquittal is similar to California’s, with nearly identical language.
Opinion: Rev. William Owens Confronts Barack Obama On Same-Sex MarriageRev. William Owens takes great issue with Obama’s linkage of Dr. King’s civil rights movement of the past to the current gay rights movement regarding same-sex marriage. Owens says that King embraced traditional religion, and he strongly suggests that King would not want his civil rights’ mission altered to include same-sex marriage.