CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1996 |
The chairwoman of the NAACP told a crowd of more than 400 at Chapman University on Tuesday night that the work of the civil rights movement is not finished, especially in California. "America is at the crossroads," Myrlie Evers-Williams, 63, said. "America is not exactly sure what it is and what it should be doing. . . . We have become a little battle fatigued and stepped on the sidelines and said, 'OK, everything is OK.' Wrong."