Tag: NAACP

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, Rev. Barber offer stark contrasts on voting and race in Congressional hearing

By Dallas Woodhouse Raleigh, NC – Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson testified in Washington D.C. Thursday, passionately arguing that people of all races and backgrounds are fully capable of obtaining voter identification and participating in a secure voting system. “It’s time…

Time to vote – How much time is enough?

Early voting voter ID

by Susan Myrick Raleigh, NC – After the progressive Left in North Carolina prevailed in their lawsuit against the State of North Carolina in regards to election reforms passed in 2013, you probably thought the battle over voting is finished.…

One On One: Memories on the fault lines of race

Bruce Jenner and Rachel

By D.G. Martin Chapel Hill, NC – Two people who wanted to be something else have grabbed our attention recently: Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP chapter president in Spokane, Wash., and Caitlyn (formerly Bruce) Jenner, the 1976 Olympic decathlon champion.…