Every five to seven years, the NAACP revamps, reenergizes and
reimagines itself and considers its current positioning as the nation’s
oldest, largest and most widely recognized grassroots-based civil rights
organization. On the heels of the NAACP’s board announcing, last week, its plans for a
2017 “transformational retooling of the organization,” TNJ.com sat down with
Vice-Chairman of the Board Derrick Johnson to discuss the particulars of the re-org.