By Nathan Fuentez
The NAACP has been a staple in the enduring fight against racial injustice around the nation and the Madera 1084 branch is no exception.
Gloria Brown, president of the Madera’s NAACP branch, said the organization puts civil, educational and human rights at the top of its priority list.
Brown, a retired single mother of five, is in her second two-year term as president of the Madera branch.
“We [NAACP] try to stop inequality and injustice,” Brown said. “We are not attorneys, but we will stand by you if necessary.” ...