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Dec 10 2020

Here come the new RI judges…

by Jim Vincent, Contributing Writer, NAACP Providence Branch - Nancy Thomas, Publisher The NAACP Providence Branch is thrilled with the ...

Dec 5 2020

Gov. Raimondo’s moment to diversify our courts is right now – Jim Vincent, NAACP

by Jim Vincent, NAACP, contributing writer. Opinion The NAACP is the largest and oldest Civil Rights organization in America. In ...

Nov 12 2020

Joseph Thomas Fowlkes funeral Saturday. “We remember Joe”, by Jim Vincent

By James Vincent, RINewsToday contributing writer Joseph Thomas Fowlkes was born in Baltimore, Maryland on January 14, 1938 and died ...

Sep 22 2020

NAACP Providence mourns passing of Justice Ginsburg

NAACP PROVIDENCE BRANCH MOURNS THE PASSING OF JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG by Jim Vincent, NAACP--Providence Branch The NAACP Providence Branch mourns ...

Jun 7 2020

Thank you… now let’s get to work.

by James Vincent, President, NAACP, Providence Branch The NAACP Providence Branch wishes to congratulate and thank both Black Lives Matter ...

Apr 2 2020

Take the bus? RIPTA wants to know what you think…

The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) wants to know how satisfied customers are with the services it provides. The ...

Feb 15 2020

“House Slave” and the “N-word” used on floor of the RI House of Representatives

By Jim Vincent, contributing writer - NAACP & RINewsToday (Photo: Whitney Plantation, Big House, Elsa Hahne, Smithsonian Institution) Background: A ...

Jan 2 2020

The NAACP Providence eagerly awaits the 2020 legislative session

By Jim Vincent Among the NAACP-Rhode Island legislative priorities are: FAIR CHANCE LICENSINGThe formerly incarcerated deserve a second chance  EARLY ...

Nov 20 2019

Symbols of Hate: NAACP Speaks Out

By Jim Vincent, President, NAACP-Providence Branch The NAACP would like to thank the City of Providence for acting quickly and ...

Oct 24 2019

Use of word “lynching” deeply offensive says NAACP-Providence

3,500 black people were "lynched' in America. Use of word “lynching” deeply offensive says NAACP-Providence By James Vincent, President, NAACP-Providence, ...