Stuart, R. (2009). At 100, NAACP Still Kicking. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 25(26), 12-13. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
The author of this article Stuart Reginald discusses the 100th anniversary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The article focuses on celebrating the anniversary, but also gives an inside scoop to the organization of the NAACP. The author shows no bias and is simply writing about the history of the NAACP and it’s legendary past. Reginald’s intended audience would be members of the NAACP, supporters of the NAACP, or even just the general public. The article is very easy to understand and very interesting to read. This article is very useful to my research because it provides information about NAACP chapters on college campus’. It mentions that some of the student college chapters have been in place since the 1930s which I find to be very useful and very interesting. This discovery made me realize that there would be lots of history of the student college organizations. The article also points out areas that the NAACP wants to focus on. Such as the racial inequities in the criminal justice system and inequities that occur on not only college campus’s, but in educational systems across our country.