Civil Rights in Columbia

Civil Rights in Columbia

N.C. NAACP leader Barber removed from flight in D.C.

The Rev. William Barber, president of the state NAACP, is questioning why he was removed Friday night from a flight in Washington D.C. in what airline officials call a case involving a “disruptive passenger.” Barber said he got out of his seat to talk to another person who was making disparaging remarks about him. Barber is questioning why he was removed from the flight.

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NAACP marchers rally in Columbia on way to Washington D.C.

Marchers are making their way from Selma, Ala. to Washington D.C. to rally for swift action on criminal justice reform.The marchers reached South Carolina over the weekend and stopped for a rally at the Statehouse where the National NAACP President, Cornell William Brooks spoke.
NAACP marchers rally in Columbia on way to Washington D.C. 1:12

NAACP marchers rally in Columbia on way to Washington D.C.

Holbrook: 'We could win a regional or super regional in a heartbeat' 1:04

Holbrook: 'We could win a regional or super regional in a heartbeat'

What are you doing at Soda City Market today? 3:09

What are you doing at Soda City Market today?

Chad Holbrook recaps loss to LSU, talks NCAA chances 2:12

Chad Holbrook recaps loss to LSU, talks NCAA chances