Introduce yourself on our new interactive web site! What do you think? Tell what you thought of the state convention in Wilmington -- what, to you, were the highlights?
The new web site looks great! And excellent coverage of news and upcoming events.
Also like the pictures of HK on J from last year.
Bill Wilson |
January 04, 2008 at 05:14 PM
I think that this site is great and long over due. I told the reporter (Carteret County News-Times) who interviewed me today to go to this site if she wanted to know what was going on with the NAACP in NC.
Gregory Harrison |
January 30, 2008 at 04:45 PM
Can anyone fill me in on the current status of the tourism boycott of South Carolina? I find nothing about it on the NC or national NAACP websites. I am a member of an organization that has been supporting the boycott and is revisiting its position on this at the end of this month. I would like to hear an update concerning our NAACP commitment to it.
Deborah Hawkins |
February 13, 2008 at 12:32 PM
I retired last week and am looking for ways to get involved with the community. I live at McGees Crossroads in Benson, Johnston County. I am a retired nurse, and spent many years developing health care information systems.
Arleigh Birchler |
March 02, 2008 at 08:20 AM
I am running for the 33rd district house of North Carolina. I want to represent the people of district 33 and not the special interest of the legislature. The preamble of the NC democratic party talks about openness of government, what a joke.
I am here to listen and will talk with and go anywhere the citizens are. You will find in me a willingness to listen that you have not from government in Raleigh.
Paul Terrell III
Republican house candidate
for district 33 of NC
Paul Terrell III |
March 16, 2008 at 10:36 PM
I need legal advice will you please give me contact information. I have a case that involves my son, and I do not feel he is being treated fairly.
Arlinda Mulkey |
June 16, 2008 at 09:45 AM
In May of this year I was shot while pregnant with twins. My twins died. This state has done nothing to accomodate me with the things I am going through. I have two children to take care of and as a result of the shooting I have a bad leg and back because I still have the bullet in my back. But I have been forced to return to work now to support the two children that I have. I filed for victims compensation and they are giving me a hard time. My children and I have been homelesss since this. I found a home but I'm limited to work skills so therefore I can't afford to keep it. I want to know: is there anything anyway possible that I can get some guidance? I don't know what to do. Please give me some advice about this. I am in desperate need. I'm not looking for the state to take care of my two children and myself, but I would love to know what to do in this matter.
Lisa Wallace |
January 09, 2009 at 10:07 AM
I attended the press conference prior to the march and rally for HKonJ.The exchange of information was incredible! As a result I, along with others, were asked to be on a council for the Lt Governor by Ms. Stella Adams. I have a wealth of information in the area of healthcare and represent many facets from policy to practice. I am excited about disseminating this info through the NAACP. Thank you for the opportunity and I am looking forward to this collaboration.I am awaiting instructions for our folow up.
Dr.Sharon Slliott-Bynum |
February 16, 2009 at 11:53 PM
My sons were involved in a situation at school that has been misrepresented as gang activity. They were suspended and arrested and now they are being denied returning to school and the alternative school that was set up as an option during long term suspension. All the boys are African American and the ones I know are good boys and not affiliated with any gang. The other parents and I want to fight but don't know where to begin? Please help us get started.
April 17, 2009 at 01:47 PM
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