State director says young people may not understand law.
At the NAACP National Convention underway in Orlando, Florida, delegates are echoing the sentiment of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and calling for states to review Stand Your Ground laws in the wake of the George Zimmerman 'not guilty' verdict. Oklahoma NAACP President Anthony Douglas is attending the conference, which wraps up Wednesday. "What we're seeing is some young people who don't understand these Stand Your Ground laws," he told KTOK News. "We don't want anybody to start taking up arms and everybody just rampant trying to stand their ground. When I get back to Oklahoma, I'm going to talk to the Governor and legislators about taking a look at the law and how it impacts our state."