NAACP v Trump

HELLO DERRICK

IF U GET BLACKS TO EGISTER FOR VOTE – I THINK IT WOULD BE A BOON FOR YOUR CAUSE ANDTHEN AFETR 2020, I WULD DOMY KARMA MY SHARE FOR WHAT I SAID I WILL DO FRO BALCKS.

NOT BRWONW BUT BALCKS

AND YELOW IN USA IS RICH SO IS BROWN :)

ME MEANS I WONT DO JUST FRO WHITES AND JEWS –

From: Derrick Johnson, NAACP <info>
Date: Sat, Nov 9, 2019 at 2:07 AM
Subject: NAACP v Trump
To: <hotrachel2>

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Friend, let us know you’re on our side.
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Friend,

Next week will be a huge week in the fight for civil rights, and we want to make sure you’re with us every step of the way.

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Next Tuesday, November 12, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case NAACP v Trump, our lawsuit against the Trump administration for its decision to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. If DACA is rescinded, it would put hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants—many of whom are Black—at risk of deportation.

We can’t let that happen.

Join us for a rally on the steps of the Supreme Court next Tuesday to show President Trump, and the rest of the world watching, that we are a nation with a conscience, and we have a duty to DREAMers—the beneficiaries of DACA—to uphold an American promise.

RSVP

A day after the NAACP v Trump argument, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for another case that could devastate civil rights. Comcast, the largest U.S. cable provider, is urging the Supreme Court to roll back vital protections in one of the country’s longest-standing civil rights laws—Section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act of 1866. Comcast, backed by the Trump administration, is attempting to turn back the clock on civil rights, making it harder for Black businesses and contractors to challenge racial discrimination under a law that has been around since 1866.

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We must fight to protect Section 1981. Sign our petition to urge Comcast to end its attack on this critical civil rights statute.

Take Action

We have always known the importance of the courts. Whether we are the plaintiffs bringing the case forward or the legal counsel arguing the case, the NAACP is in the fight and in the courts.

Can we count on you to show up strong for us next week?
Donate

Fighting forward,

Derrick Johnson
@DerrickNAACP
President and CEO
NAACP

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