National Demonstrations Planned for April 3 & 4, 2013

NAACP ProtestFor Immediate Release
Contact Rev. Edward Pinkney, BANCO president

April 4 marks the 45th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s murder

Where: Protests against the NAACP to be held at two locations:

April 3, 10am
NAACP regional office
1156 15th St., Washinton D.C

April 4, 10am
NAACP National Headquarters
4805 Mt Hope Dr. in Baltimore

Who: Church groups, community activists, and black organizations including BANCO (Black Autonomy Network Community Organization).

What: Protest against the NAACP

Why: Demand and end to corruption and misrepresentation by NAACP at all levels and President Ben Jealous, the national board members to resign and members elect the president and a new board.

We will lobby congress to demand that a complete investigation of the NAACP be conducted to show corruption and corporoate influence. We will push for the organization’s 501c3 non-profit status be revoked by the IRS.

We must take action due to the failure of the civil rights organization to represent the best interests of African American communities. Issues range from destruction of the black family, violation of member’s civil and human rights, to the extraordinarily high incarceration rate of black men.

The only word that can define the gross negligence of the NAACP is betrayal. They have abondoned our community’s morality and our economic and educational needs — all for corporate money.

One Response to “National Demonstrations Planned for April 3 & 4, 2013”

  1. I contacted my local library to explain that when I search for “Martin Luther” that results always yield results for “Dr Martin Luther King” no matter what I attempt to do…(I can find several reasons one being that kings still existed in Martin Luther’s time but the agent, AT The Library responded, “Well, there’s no way to separate both Kings” I bit my tongue and responded, “they aren’t both “King’s”” Then realized that somewhere in Scripture it states that to argue with a fool, only proves there are too. I do believe that we often focus on “differences” , especially visible instead of SEEKING similarities which is typically something they teach at a very young age, “How can you tell the difference” I don’t think we ever, at a young age ask children to seek similarities in things?

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