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Interview with 22 year-old student and president of the Duluth, Minn. NAACP
22-year old Classie Dudley was elected as the president of the NAACP branch in Duluth, Minn. In less than a month, things went very wrong. Join us tonight on The Ron and Don Show on #BlogTalkRadio.
By: IBNN NEWS
The Duluth and Minneapolis NAACP branches, its members and concerned community stakeholders are at odds with the national office of the NAACP in recent decision to carry on local and national deceptions by blocking a new breed of black leadership using 1970 style tactics of bigotry in the form of a black-bougie point of view that does not help move forward the concerns of Black America. At some point, you cannot have your head so far into the clouds that it stinks…you might not be in the clouds…
On Nov. 30, Classie Dudley was elected as president of the Duluth, Minnesota NAACP. The 22 year-old University of Minnesota-Duluth student is a political and civil rights icon way beyond her time. She beat out a life-long president who IBNN alleges has not held an election in Duluth for over 15-years.
It gets better…
On Jan. 10, 2015, defeated former Duluth NAACP president Claudie Washington held a separate election with members from a private membership list that he did not share with the election supervision committee, nor did he share with candidates running for office. His name (Claudie Washington) was the only name that appeared on the ballot for president. Washington omitted the name of current NAACP Duluth branch member Classie Dudley, who clearly won the election in November. Also at that Jan. 10 meeting was Minnesota NAACP state conference chairman W.C. Jordan who did not adhere to any NAACP unit bylaws or procedures.
Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen as we expose the truth in this situtation.
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