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The NAACP Looks to the Future: An Interview with Vice-Chairman of the Board Derrick Johnson

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. read more

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.

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The NAACP Looks to the Future: An Interview with Vice-Chairman of the Board Derrick Johnson