NAACP to probe schools over KKK-inspired web photo – Rocky Mount Telegram

The Political Agitator response: We had a good and productive meeting tonight. I believe it was about 200 plus folks in attendance. I learned some new things tonight. However when I say learned, I also still do my homework to check out things and people. I hold all folks accountable for their actions although ignant racist white folks and ignant safe Negroes attempt to discredit me.

The N.C. NAACP is planning to conduct an investigation into Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools stemming from the recent KKK-inspired photograph that was posted on the social media website Instagram by six female Nash Central High School students.

The Rev. Dr. William Barber, president of the N.C. NAACP, requested during Monday night’s packed town hall meeting in the OIC auditorium that all parents fill out forms detailing their complaints about how the administration handled the situation of the troublesome Internet photo that went viral and ignited a firestorm of controversy in the area.

“If people are serious about it, we need people to fill out forms so we can do a formal investigation into this,” Barber said. “The reason we do this is because with the NAACP, we don’t investigate issues unless you put your name to it and sign it because we have to go through a process. We don’t just move by emotions, but by real data. There are some things that are deeply concerning and why we must have a serious investigation. An incident happens on Facebook that has deep racial overtones, but for students who weren’t involved in the posting to be challenged at school about their response to the posting and to find out students were suspended because they spoke out nonviolently against a post, that clearly had racial overtones and appears to be wrong.” (Source: Read more)


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