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NAACP convention enters second day

Naacp1 The NAACP is holding its annual convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center in for the fifth time since its founding in 1909.

The theme of the convention is "Affirming America’s Promise," which hopes to tackle crises faced by struggling communities.

 There are a variety of activities including speakers and workshops.

 "The NAACP is proud to bring the 102nd annual convention to Los Angeles," said NAACP Chairwoman Roslyn M. Brock.


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 Photos: Top, Chairwoman Judge Laura Blackburn, left, and James Ghee lead the resolutions meeting in the West Hall of the Convention Center on Tuesday. Bottom, people from all over the United States work on passing new resolutions during the NAACP's 102nd annual national convention. 

Credit: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times


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