The African-American community overwhelmingly supports Proposition, the Restore Marriage Initiative.
So it stands to reason that the venerable NAACP — the nation’s oldest African-American organization — would also be supportive of Proposition 8.
…but NAACP President Alice Huffman has come out against Proposition 8.
Now why would she go completely counter to the strong sentiment of the community whose interest she purports to advance?
Perhaps the answer is here. Alice Huffman’s public affairs consulting firm, AC Public Affairs, has recieved $198,000 by the No on * campaign.
Huffman has, in the past, accepted huge consulting fees to assist ballot measures that the NAACP has endorsed.
But for the NAACP president to take money to work against an initiative that is overwhelmingly supported by the very community for whom she holds herself out as a spokesperson?… Read More