With Gordon's Departure, NAACP Seeks New Leader

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Bruce Gordon speaks in North Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 28. i

Bruce Gordon speaks in North Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 28. Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images hide caption

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Bruce Gordon speaks in North Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 28.

Bruce Gordon speaks in North Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 28.

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The abrupt resignation of NAACP President Bruce Gordon exposes a conflict over the civil rights organization's direction. Meanwhile, the group needs a successor.

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