St. Louis NAACP Questions Accuracy of Racial Profiling DataSt. Louis Chapter President Adolphus Pruitt said during a Monday legislative hearing that biased policing could be underreported.
NAACP Wants Some St. Louis County Polling Places MovedBeing required to cast ballots in a police station may be causing lower turnout, officials say
NAACP Announces Executive Appointments for CommitteeThe eighteen members were announced on Monday by state President Nimrod "Rod" Chapel Jr., who will head up the committee.
Rod Chapel Picked New Missouri NAACP PresidentRod Chapel calling for end to racial profiling and police brutality
Circuit Attorney To Investigate Police Shooting Of TeenMansur Ball-Bey died from a single gunshot wound, an autopsy revealed
St. Louis County NAACP Focused to Improve Our FutureThe NAACP will announce today a program to support children in St. Louis Family Courts.
NAACP to Offer Free Legal Aid to St. Louis County ChildrenDetails of the program will be unveiled Friday during an NAACP-sponsored community leadership brunch near St. Louis, a week after the U.S. Department of Justice released a report critical of the county's family court system that handles about 6,000 youth cases each year.
Uber Vows to Recruit 2,000 Drivers, Enlists NAACP To Help Make Regulatory CaseUber says it is partnering with the NAACP and the 'Ferguson 1000' organization to recruit UberX drivers.
UPDATE: NAACP Backs Investigation of Police's Taser Use on ProtestersSt. Louis NAACP leader Aldolphus Pruitt agrees with the investigation into police who used tasers on two protesters arrested on Washington Avenue.
ACLU Lawsuit Claims Ex-Pine Lawn Mayor Falsely ArrestedA former mayor of the St. Louis County town of Pine Lawn alleges in a lawsuit, that he was repeatedly falsely arrested as part of a smear campaign orchestrated by his successor.
Ferguson Protesters Say They Don't Know Jeffrey WilliamsProsecutor Bob McCulloch identified Williams as the suspect in Thursday's shooting of police near protest scene
Coalition of Black Leaders Supports DOJ Action in FergusonSome call for new leadership at police department and city hall, while others are going to Jefferson City for solutions