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NAACP to hold state conference in Wilmington

WILMINGTON -- One of the oldest civil rights organizations, the NAACP, just announced it's 64th annual North Carolina State Conference will take place right here in Wilmington. The president of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP made the announcement Monday. The state chapter will be awarded for its efforts in legal and public activism. Chapter President Rev. William Barber shared his excitement over having the conference here. The conference will take place in October. The North Carolina conference is the third largest in the nation.

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to anitklan

i agree with you on bringing the rev al sharpton, jesse jackson, and louis farrakan to the port city to straighten us biggots out. can't think of a better way to spend the afternoon, being as how deer season is right around the corner, than a little target practice.