NC NAACP leader will not retire early as planned
Reverend William Barber, leader of the NAACP of North Carolina announced on Sunday he will not be retiring in June as planned.
Barber says he will remain President until his term in October and his replacement is elected at the NAACP's Convention.
He announced plans to step down last month after 12 years as president. Barber reiterates he will not seek another term as president but he will stay his entire term "for the stability of the movement in these transitional moments."