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Opinion Page: The Future of the NAACP
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Opinion Page: The Future of the NAACP

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Opinion Page: The Future of the NAACP

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Eddie Glaude Jr. talks about the op-ed which he co-wrote that lays out the future of the NAACP. It appeared in last Wednesday's Washington Post.

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Eddie Glaude Jr., co-wrote the op-ed "Rethinking the NAACP" in the The Washington Post. Glaude is an associate professor of religion and African-American studies at Princeton University. He is also a senior fellow of the Jamestown Project, a nonpartisan think tank that focuses on democracy and social issues.

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