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NAACP Becoming More Diverse

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NAACP Becoming More Diverse

NAACP Becoming More Diverse

NAACP Becoming More Diverse

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NPR's Richard Gonzales reports that the NAACP has always been synonymous with the civil rights struggles of African-Americans, but these days in places like California, it's expanding beyond its traditional base. In the San Jose chapter, for example, about one in three members is Latino, Asian or white.

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