About Bilal G. Morris

Bilal Morris is the senior editor at NewsOne. He is based in Atlanta and covers Black folklore, politics, and race. He also specializes in SEO and evergreen content. Bilal was hired by Interactive One in 2021, but has worked for the company for over 10 years. He started at Radio One in 2010 as an Online Editor in Richmond, VA. Before his time at NewsOne, Bilal was the Regional Online Editor In Atlanta, GA. He has also worked at iHeartRadio in New York City. He is a professional photographer, dog lover, gamer, and has quite the green thumb. You can find him on Instagram and Twitter.

More human remains that authorities believe belong to Sade Robinson were found on Thursday along Lake Michigan in South Milwaukee.

The family of Ricky Cobb, the Black man shot and killed by Minnesota cop Ryan Londregan during a traffic stop, has filed a federal lawsuit.

Republicans in Alabama are making it harder for families who have been the victims of police violence to get the transparency they deserve. 

In 1692, a Black slave woman was used as a pawn to spark America's first conspiracy.

Danielle Johnson allegedly stabbed her boyfriend Jaelen Allen Chaney to death before pushing her children out of a moving car onto a highway.

Dexter Reed was shot and killed by Chicago police last month after they allegedly pulled him over for failing to wear a seatbelt.

Matthew Rodriguez admitted to using “unreasonable force” when he was processing 19-year-old Jaquwan Smith at the Warren jail.

Dr. Ivor Horn, Google’s Chief Health Equity Officer, on the importance of sleep health.

The lingering questions about the icon's assassination may never truly be answered.

School leaders at Tennessee State University are hosting a national press conference to address the defunding of HBCUs.

me too. International continues its “Love Letters” campaign with a beautiful message to Black women and femmes.

The 12-year-old twin brothers went missing from their home in Boston more than a week ago, but law enforcement has said their disappearance isn't considered suspicious. Here's why.