"We have to make clear: No one is above the law ― not even the president of the United States," the 2020 hopeful said at the NAACP convention.
"The president has led one of the most racist and xenophobic administrations since the Jim Crow era," said NAACP president Derrick Johnson.
Trump again attacked “the Squad” of congresswomen of color on Monday, calling them “a very Racist group of troublemakers” and “not very smart.”
"This administration is weaponizing the federal judiciary to restrict the vote," the NAACP warns in a new report.
Actor Omari Hardwick has the Beyhive on high alert due to an awkward kiss.
Stars arrived at the 50th NAACP Image Awards red carpet in stunning looks fitted for the special milestone.
Icons like Diana Ross, Barack Obama, Whitney Houston and Beyonce have all graced the red carpet with their style and their accomplishments.
For 50 years, the Image awards have given Black creators the respect and accolades they deserve.
The iconic hip-hop artist and media mogul is being honored for his commitment to "shedding light on the issues that plague the black community."
The #LogOutFacebook boycott started on Tuesday.
Facing an onslaught of civil rights abuses, NAACP lawyers Sherrilyn Ifill and Janai Nelson are making history in real time.
HuffPost previously found that schools in Florida's voucher programs often have racist hair policies. Now groups like the ACLU and NAACP Legal Defense Fund are fighting back.
“It is unconscionable that the Senate would even consider someone with Thomas Farr’s record,” said Sherrilyn Ifill of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
After a HuffPost investigation, the racial justice organization has asked Florida to take action against schools that ban dreadlocks, Afros and braids.
John Legend wants you to call up your Senators and tell them to vote “no” on Kavanaugh. Here’s why.
“It’s gotten worse,” Derrick Johnson said of racism in America one year after the "Unite the Right" rally in Virginia.
Papa John’s John Schnatter apologized after reports surfaced of his use of the N-word during a May conference call.
“My vote shouldn’t count less than someone else’s just because they live near a state prison."