Presidential Remarks at NAACP 100th Anniversary
President Obama spoke at the NAACP 100th anniversary conference. In his remarks he talked about the organization’s historic… read more
President Obama spoke at the NAACP 100th anniversary conference. In his remarks he talked about the organization’s historic commitment to civil rights and remaining barriers to progress in the effort to improve civil rights. He said the “pain of discrimination is still felt in America” by various groups including African-Americans, Latinos, Muslims, and gay and lesbians. He also talked about the role of education, community involvement, and responsible parenting in elevating individuals in society. close
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- Obama, Barack U.S. President [D] United States
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