Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Forrest County NAACP | Clarence McGee |

Racist Flyer Cast Shame on Blacks for Taking Food at Ware...

Glenda Funchass, a two bit racist attorney who works with the Mississippi Center for Legal Services, authored and distributed a pre election anti Dave...

Pastor Kenneth Fairley and NAACP sue Hattiesburg. Bradley says cost of...

Please click "recommend" at the bottom of the articlePastor Fairley and a group of African American citizens, and special interest group Forrest county NAACP filed a...

Hell Hath Frozen! Hattiesburg Council President Kim Bradley and Forrest County...

African-American Stella Macabee is expected to be a shoe-in for approval to the Hattiesburg City School Board. Mrs. Macabee said she would work with...

Hattiesburg City Council President Kim Bradley: ‘I still have a little...

Well, you won't get an argument from this reporter. Mr. Bradley stated he didn't need a new cushion in his seat on this particular...

CPAC sent PACking; no majority-minority ward created. Forrest County NAACP request...

Today the Hattiesburg city council voted to adopt a modification of the original plan proposed by consulting firm Briggs and Watson. The majority voters...

More racial attacks against white city council members by Glenda Funchess:...

In what has become a recurring theme with the Forrest county NAACP and its close supporters, racially insensitive attacks are launched from the podium...

Forrest County NAACP President Charles Magee and Rev. Charles Bartley: council...

Backed by a group of African-American community leaders and concerned citizens, including Councilwoman Deborah Delgado, NAACP President Clarence Magee said there was a "Plantation...

Forrest County NAACP president and Reverend Charles Bartley appear on the...

Expressing their concerns over the city council's refusal to reappoint two African-American members of the school board and number or leaders in the African-American...
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