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In its 100th Anniversary Celebration, some African-American bloggers question how the group is reaching out to a new generation in the digital age.
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I heard these 'black bloggers' Wednesday, saying such things as the NAACP is out of touch for this century, (or) I don't want to be represented by a group for 'colored people.' (or) I'm not missing anyhing by missing the NAACP anniversary. (or) NAACP is About Hollywood and superficial.' (or) NAACP is like the GOP.
I've got two questions for these shallow, detached twerps:How do you think you got to where you are today?What have you done that begins to compare with what the NAACP has accomplished?
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