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  • Video: NAACP condemns Sacramento News & Review caricature of Kevin Johnson

    Sacramento civil rights activists called for an apology from the News & Review over controversial cartoons of Mayor Kevin Johnson that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said were reminiscent of offensive minstrel caricatures of black people from the

Sacramento civil rights activists called for an apology from the News & Review over controversial cartoons of Mayor Kevin Johnson that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said were reminiscent of offensive minstrel caricatures of black people from the mlang@sacbee.com
Sacramento civil rights activists called for an apology from the News & Review over controversial cartoons of Mayor Kevin Johnson that the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said were reminiscent of offensive minstrel caricatures of black people from the mlang@sacbee.com
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NAACP seeks apology from News & Review over caricatures

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