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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Fort Lauderdale/Broward Branch Officers attend and speak out at FLPD CRB Meeting


Broward NAACP President Marsha Ellison told members of the city's Citizens Police Review Board on Monday that she is concerned about potential retaliation against officers for telling the truth to consultants about racial divisions and problems within the department.

"I don't think anybody here truly believes it stops with five or four officers," Ellison said. "To sit here and know that anyone that speaks up is suddenly going to be under investigation, what does that say about the department?"


Breaking ground for the Fort Lauderdale/Broward Branch offices at the site of the Eula Gandy Johnson Welcome Center located at 1100 Sistrunk Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Center Completed

Eula Johnson

"Eula Johnson was Fort Lauderdale's version of Rosa Parks," said Marsha Ellison, president of the Fort Lauderdale branch of the NAACP. "She just wanted to be treated like everyone else. She wanted folks to be treated right and was willing to sacrifice herself for that."

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