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NAACP hands city a list of demands
Georgia State Conference NAACP First Vice President and Liberty County Branch NAACP President Liston Singletary III and NAACP State Legal Redress Chairman John Gibson submitted a list of residents’ demands Thursday to the Hinesville City Council. - photo by Photo by Denise Etheridge
The NAACP approached the city of Hinesville on Thursday and demanded city officials immediately disband the Crime Suppression Unit, alleging the CSU practices racial profiling. NAACP representatives submitted what they called a list of “citizens’ demands” during the city council’s regular meeting after a rally earlier that day on the Liberty County Courthouse steps. For the complete list and more on the meetings, pick up a copy of Sunday's Coastal Courier.
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