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NAACP Plans To Move Its Headquarters From Baltimore To Washington, D.C.

The NAACP's president called the move an "exceptional opportunity." He said it will allow the organization to "amplify the voices of the Black people as we fight for the crucial policy changes."
The NAACP is planning to relocate its headquarters to Washington, D.C. Here, the civil rights organization's logo is shown during a 2015 event in the city. Source: Win McNamee

The NAACP is planning a big move.

Leaders of the 111-year-old civil rights organization signed a letter of intent to relocate its headquarters from Baltimore, where it's been for decades, to Washington, D.C.

Muriel Bowser, the mayor of the District of Columbia, said the

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