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PACE NEWS: National Action Network LA and NAACP Victor Valley Tells Rancho Motors, a GM Dealership, “No Justice, No Peace” During Protest Rally In Victorville Featured

PACE NEWS: National Action Network LA and NAACP Victor Valley Tells Rancho Motors, a GM Dealership, “No Justice, No Peace” During Protest Rally In Victorville Photos by Gloria Zuurveen

National Action Network LA, NAACP Victor Valley Chapter and community members from Los Angeles to the High Desert of Victorville in San Bernardino County met up on Friday in Victorville to join in protest of Rancho Motors, a GM Dealership that has a history of racial discrimination, predatory lending and calling its customers “nigger” along with using code language when referring to African Americans such as, “If their hair is nappy, their credit is crappy.” Rev. K.W. Tulloss is the president of NANLA, Bill Thomas, President Victor Valley NAACP Branch 1082, Rev. Johnathan Moseley, VP, NAN LA and Clifton Harris, Publisher, San Bernardino American News were organizers of the protest. Source: www.pacenewsonline.com

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