How the NAACP protests in the digital age

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The NAACP is sitting in at Sen. Jeff Sessions’ Mobile, Alabama, office until he pulls out as nominee for Donald Trump’s attorney general. And they’re showing off their peaceful protest on Facebook Live.

As NAACP president and CEO Cornell Brooks tweeted Tuesday, the protesters are “occupying” his office until he withdraws or until the group is arrested. 

The @NAACP & @AlabamaNAACP are occupying the Mobile office of @jeffsessions-untill he withdraws as a AG nominee or we’re arrested.@tvonetv pic.twitter.com/7uceDDpz1Y

– Cornell Wm. Brooks (@CornellWBrooks) January 3, 2017 Read more…

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