NAACP Sues Philly For Rejecting Prison Reform Ad

Looks like the city doesn't want all of its dirty laundry on display to travelers.

By Jamilah King May 01, 2012

The NAACP thought it had a good idea: they wanted to put up an ad in Philadelphia’s International Airport that highlighted America’s prison epidemic. But the city shot down the proposal, claiming that it doesn’t promote "issue" or "advocacy" advertisements as its airport. Now the NAACP is taking the city of Brotherly Love to court.