1 of 9. Protest against the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Burn, Baby, Burn! See a video embedded below of Rev. and Mrs. Pinkney burning hundreds of NAACP membership cards and other NAACP items. Over 5,000 memberships have been canceled because the NAACP has lost touch with the black community and often sides with corporations and government entities against The People. It is time to demand accountability from all civil and human rights organizations, labor unions, political parties, churches, and so-called leaders who do not walk their talk. As Rev. King said to America, we say to the NAACP: "Be true to what you said on paper." Enjoy and share the video, which is on YouTube at this link http://youtu.be/FfnrIHjfggY
2 of 9. Hundreds plan to attend a rally against the NAACP at its headquarters in Baltimore on April 3 and 4, 2013, sponsored by Rev. Pinkney, who is the former NAACP chapter president from Benton Harbor, Michigan. Thousands of former NAACP members and supporters are fed up enough to stand up. See the announcement and invitation beneath the video.
4 of 9. On April 4, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., at the NAACP National Headquarter Offices, 4805 Mt. Hope Drive, on the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
6 of 9. The NAACP has failed to elevate, educate, or agitate to liberate our people.
7 of 9. On April 3, hundreds of activists will be in Washington D.C. lobbing congress to revoke the NAACP's non-profit status. [Non-profit organizations are not permitted to campaign for political parties or candidates, which the NAACP is accused of doing in the 2012 presidential campaign.]
9 of 9. For more information, please contact Rev. Pinkney at the three(3) links below:Rev Edward Pinkney
Director of BANCO Organization bhbanco.org