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How would you rate NAACP Headquarters?
Although the organization is very historic, their administration building is far from it. Feels more like a church than anything else.
Has to be about the most unprofessional experience that I have received a call to inform information of the next step for friend of mine were in a different time zone I've dealt with Ms Davis first she was very rude and very unprofessional over talking me and basically like always nothing we can do about it I called back I spoke with Miss Bell I guess Ms Davis informed her that I had previously called so she just went by Ms Davis word and I said well I'm looking on the website and the website and forms me that the help that I'm looking for you to provide she says no we don't I go back on the website make sure read the article fully in through I called back and I hear Miss Bell in the background say oh God hang up on her for 6 1/2 minutes straight I kept calling they kept picking up and hanging up picking up and hanging up very childish for professional workplace a call back finally a young lady answered gave me all the answers to my questions and pointed me in the right direction corporate needs to be informed of this behavior because a black lives matter then it should matter to black but went out on black people are disregarding black people and you cannot get to the person that you need to get to because the person that you employee is picking up and hanging up the phone and nobody is using profanity nobody is cussing you out I never ever lost my professional tone that is ridiculous and I feel sorry if this is Our NAACP Chosen employees
CHANGE YOUR NAME!! YOU ALL DO NOT AND WILL NOT EVER REPRESENT ANYTHING BUT A HARBOR FOR UNCLE TIMS AND ALL MANNERS OF "COLORED" PEOPLE WHOM BELIEVE THERE POSITION (OR LACK THERE OF) IS SOME KIND OF FORMAL ACCEPTANCE BY SLAVIC(WHITE) SOCIETY.
I'm a member of the NAACP and a monthly donor to it's LDF... The struggle for the socioeconomic equality of African-Americans is far from over. In fact we see daily reminders of persistent racial bias and discrimination in news event after news event. While some say the NAACP has become marginalized and ineffective, I say they are more relevant that ever, as they provide a cohesive national voice on important socioeconomic issues. I don't concur with their support for organized labor.