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NAACP Leaders Pushing For Laundromat Owner To Be Charged For Shooting Alleged RobberSurveillance video shows the foot chase, and the trail of bills scattered in the air and on the sidewalk scooped up by bystanders.
Philadelphia NAACP Lays Out Agenda For Trump AdministrationThe National NAACP has yet to meet with the Trump administration, the president elect declined their convention invitation this summer.
NAACP Responds To Racist Texts Targeting Penn StudentsPresident of the Philadelphia branch of the NAACP, Minister Rodney Muhammad addressed his concerns.
Montco NAACP Works To Build Better Relationship With Local Police DepartmentsPresident of Norristown’s NAACP branch John Milligan, says it starts locally.
Civil Rights Groups Rally Voters Ahead Of Presidential ElectionLocal civil rights groups are joining forces to mobilize voters in advance of the November election.
Penn State Students Help Coordinate Epic Proposal For Beloved AdvisorMichael Jackson’s Remember the Time filled the HUB student center at Penn State main campus on April 15 as students gathered to watch the big event.
Zeoli Show Log 04.15.16Rich discussed the Democratic debate on CNN, a possible Ted Cruz sabotage and new information released about the 'Fast and Furious' operation. He also discussed a young boy being paddled by a Georgia principal, chalk banned at DePaul and a woman being kicked out of a gym for showing her back.
NAACP Defends Philadelphia Woman Accusing Police Of AbuseA Southwest Philadelphia woman has enlisted the help of the NAACP to challenge an arrest and criminal charges stemming from a warrant execution gone wrong.
Atlantic City's Water Utility At Center Of Takeover TalkNew Jersey lawmakers, Atlantic City officials and local advocates are injecting venomous language into the debate over how to help the struggling resort town -- including comparisons to the Flint, Michigan, crisis -- as talks center on wringing cash from its water utility.
Death Of Civil Rights Activist Julian Bond Draws Reaction From Local LeadersCivil rights icon Julian Bond grew up in the greater Philadelphia area -- and went on to break barriers in his fight for equality. The longtime board chairman of the NAACP died Saturday in Florida after a brief illness. He was 75.
Longtime Civil Rights Activist Bond Dead At 75Julian Bond, a civil rights activist and longtime board chairman of the NAACP, died Saturday night, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. He was 75.
Stigall Show Log 7.15.15Chris continued to assess the Iranian nuclear, Whoopi Goldberg's evolution on Bill Cosby's rape charges, and President Obama's speech to the NAACP in Philadelphia. He talked to columnist JD Mullane at 6:20, Al Jazeera America's Ali Velshi at 7:18, and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00.

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