10 Black Women Who Should Lead the NAACP9/12/2013
by Ashleigh Atwell After NAACP president Ben Jealous stepped down this week, there has been specu...
by Ashleigh Atwell
After NAACP president Ben Jealous stepped down this week, there has been speculation over who will be his replacement. Teresa Alston, president of Baltimore's NAACP chapter, expressed interest in having a woman leading the 104-year-old organization. "As a female leader in Baltimore, I think that was a good statement for him to make that a female should be eligible for that position,” Alston told CBS Baltimore. There hasn't been a female president since Hazel Dukes in the early 90s. Here are a few women that are definitely qualified to be in charge of the esteemed organization: