NAACP President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous is laying out his goals for the more than century-old civil rights organization as its annual convention resumes in Houston.
The Dallas chapter of the NAACP wants to stop seeing low income Texans pumping money into the state lottery by putting it out of business
One month since the shooting death of a Florida teen, the movement for action has spread across the nation, including three straight days of rallies in Dallas.
Angry over the latest Texas voting maps handed down by federal judges, minority rights groups looked to a separate court as their last hope.
For more than a century, the NAACP has been fighting to improve lives. The organization’s history includes great victories, but many challenges still remain.
Democrats suing the state over Republican-drawn voting maps expressed new doubts that Texas could salvage an April primary.
Federal hearings will get underway on Tuesday to determine if Texas lawmakers violated the Voting Rights Act when they redrew political maps.
Nineteen Grand Prairie teachers have filed a class action grievance against the school district’s superintendent. The teachers and the Grand Prairie NAACP accuse Dr. Susan Hull of showing favoritism when it comes to hiring and contracts.
The American Memorial Park Cemetery is nestled in a residential area in Grand Prairie’s east side. But what was supposed to be a historical landmark is instead a land marked with litter and unkept graves.
A Texas board has decided the state won’t issue specialty Confederate license plates.
A Texas board was set to decide Thursday whether the state will issue specialty license plates featuring the Confederate battle flag, a plan Governor Rick Perry has said he opposes but will not block.
More than 22,000 people signed petitions against a proposed Confederate flag license plate for Texas.