The White Plains/Greenburgh Branch of the NAACP invited Dr. Lenora Fulani to speak Tuesday evening. Immediately following their general membership meeting, Fulani address the Westchester crowd on the topic, ‘Can Democracy Transform Our Social Crisis?’ The evening was sponsored by The WP/GB NAACP Educational Committee and PoliticallyIndependent.org and despite several other activities and school events going on in White Plains the same evening, many came to hear Dr. Fulani.
About Dr. Lenora Fulani: Dr. Fulani has long been active in creating change through political action. She has twice run for President of The United States as an independent. In 1988, she became the first woman and first African-American in U.S. history to appear as a presidential candidate on the ballot in all 50 states. In 1994, she co-founded the Committee for a Unified Independent Party, a national strategy center for independent voters that currently has networks in more than 30 states