The national NAACP Board of Directors has issued a formal advisory against traveling to Florida, alleging the state has become "hostile toward African Americans"

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Join Radio One Cleveland, special guests Danielle Syndor, President of the NAACP Cleveland chapter, Marsha Mocabee, president of the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and others as we have an open and honest conversation about the vaccine and what it means for you. From the history of vaccines to the current vaccine, we will talk […]


Did you know the Census provides critical data that lawmakers, business owners, and even teachers use to provide daily services, products, and support for our community? Get this critical information and more on Wednesday, September 23rd at 6:30pm with Sam Sylk on Facebook LIVE as we have an uncensored and candid conversation with Freddy Collier, […]


2020 is a year of change and you are the change that’s needed! Join us on our Facebook pages for One Vote Ohio – A Real Discussion on Voting Wednesday, September 30th at 7pm. Join 93.1 WZAK’s very own Sam Sylk, Tropikana of Cincinnati’s 101.1 The Wiz and Yaves Ellis of Columbus’ Joy 107.1 along […]

JAY-Z has steadily built a track record for giving back to the people. His efforts will be recognized by his peers this weekend. The legendary rapper will be given the President’s Award at the 50th edition of the NAACP Image Awards. The President’s Award is presented in recognition of a special achievement and distinguished public […]

CLEVELAND — Cleveland’s NAACP recently welcomed new leadership, and in many ways, Danielle Sydnor is making history. Sydnor is the first female president of Cleveland’s NAACP chapter since 1982. She is also the fifth female president in the history of Cleveland’s NAACP. The organization has been around for 110 years. “I think we’re making Black […]

EUCLID, Ohio– The Euclid chapter of the NAACP issued a travel advisory for the city of Euclid. The association said it is an effort to prevent more incidents of police misconduct and abuse, and to protect residents. “The Euclid NAACP is advising travelers, particularly those of color to proceed with caution when driving through the […]

The president of Nordstrom Rack is set to fly to St. Louis to personally apologize to three black teens who were falsely accused of theft at the chain’s Brentwood Square store. Mekhi Lee, Dirone Taylor and Eric Rogers II were shopping for prom clothes when they noticed several of the employees watching them and following them around the store. […]

Utah’s NAACP is trying to combat the problem.   President Donald Trumps’ embrace of White supremacists and his racially hateful rhetoric has ignited a wave of racial bullying in schools across the nation. School districts in Utah, a state where African-Americans accounted for just 1.4 percent of the population, were the latest to observe a rise […]

The civil rights organization has been monitoring a “pattern of disturbing incidents.”   From the assumption that Black people cannot afford to fly first-class, to getting profiled for additional airport security screening, there’s mounting evidence that #FlyingWhileBlack is the new driving while Black. A series of high-profile cases of disrespect and mistreatment of Black airline […]

Check out some of her most inspiring quotes. The NAACP Image Awards airs February 11 on TVOne.

The new county prosecutor says he will back an NAACP effort in Cleveland seeking release of parts of transcripts from the grand jury that declined to charge police involved in the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice. The youth with a pellet gun was killed in November 2014 near a city recreation center. Cuyahoga County […]