NAACP Meets with American Airlines After Tamika Mallory Incident

November 1, 2017 Lauren Victoria Burke

NAACP Meets with American Airlines. As the NAACP changes in to a more directly politically active advocacy organization, they have taken on the challenge of dealing with American Airlines after a pilot removed civil rights activist Tamika Mallory from a flight last week. Following the incident, the NAACP travel advisory regarding American Airlines treatment of

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