Michael Jackson Supported NAACP Campaign Against Racism
September 13, 2021
Michael Jackson cheers Reverend Al Sharpton at National Action Network headquarters in Harlem neighborhood of New York, NY, July 6, 2002

On this day in 1987, Michael gave his support to the NAACP’s campaign against racism, an effort designed to stop prejudice against black artists. A fight close to MJ’s heart, he remained active in the fight for equality throughout his life, including teaming with the National Action Network’s campaign in 2002.

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