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FILE - Signage at the headquarters of the NCAA is viewed in Indianapolis, March 12, 2020. NCAA member schools voted to ratify a new, pared-down constitution Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022, paving the way for a decentralized approach to governing college sports that will hand more power to schools and conferences. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)

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FILE - Marchers for the NAACP carry a coffin into Middletown, Ohio on Aug. 16, 1983, as part of a voter registration march headed for Detroit. The NAACP, the nation's oldest civil rights organization, will soon celebrate its 113th birthday, which its leaderships said comes as it undergoes a restructuring to reflect a membership and leadership that is trending younger. In 2022, look for its voice to grow louder on issues like climate change, the student debt crisis and the ongoing response to the coronavirus pandemic — while keeping voting rights and criminal justice reform at the forefront of its priorities. (AP Photo/Al Behrman, File)

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FILE - Jesse Jackson, founder of Rainbow/PUSH and NAACP president Kweisi Mfume, in the center, join hands as they arrive at Greenville County Square for a rally in a Dignity Day march on May 17, 2003, in Greenville, S.C. The march and rally were to protest the Greenville County council's decision not to recognize a Martin Luther King Holiday. (AP Photo/Mary Ann Chastain, File)

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FILE - Dennis Hayes, left, interim president and CEO of the NAACP, and the Rev. Jesse Jackson, founder and president of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, wait for their turn at the podium during a rally to call for mortgage lending reform Dec. 10, 2007, in New York's Financial District. The NAACP, the nation's oldest civil rights organization, will soon celebrate its 113th birthday, which its leaderships said comes as it undergoes a restructuring to reflect a membership and leadership that is trending younger. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

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NAACP President Derrick Johnson poses for a photo on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022, in Los Angeles. The NAACP, the nation's oldest civil rights organization, will soon celebrate its 113th birthday, which its leaderships said comes as it undergoes a restructuring to reflect a membership and leadership that is trending younger. "We had to reinvigorate the organization," national president Derrick Johnson, 54, told The Associated Press in a wide-ranging interview this month. ​(AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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FILE - Then-President Bush addresses the NAACP national convention, July 20, 2006, in Washington. Bush affirmed his support for Congress' reauthorization of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)