No it’s not real because the NAACP tried to make itself relevant again with a publicity stunt. A “travel advisory” because it’s slightly harder to sue somebody? Why take that seriously? If there was actual evidence of black people getting attacked a lot that would justify a travel advisory. But it’s not Missouri in the 1960s, where blacks were genuinely afraid for their lives doing things as simple as having a white girl riding in the front passenger seat of their car.
When you act like this you make everyone think that all anti-racist messages are blown out of proportion. It’s like you don’t want to help black people but only look like you’re doing so to feel superior to others.