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.

House Bill 1020 will allow the state to create a separate justice system.

Like it or not, Black Lives Matter is one of if not the largest social movements America has ever seen. As it turns 10 years old, we now have an entire decade’s worth of legacy to ponder over. 

Little is known about the traffic stop that led to the 21-year-old Black man’s death in Memphis.

Here is the story of Six Triple Eight, a World War Two battalion of Black women who traveled to Europe to help solve a postal crisis.

Legendary guitarist and singer-songwriter Tracy Chapman is finally making history with one of her most popular songs.  

According to a recent study by LinkedIn, the chief diversity and inclusion officer positions grew by 168.9% from 2019 to 2022.

Activists in Chicago are calling for an investigation into Chicago Public Schools after they fired several Black principles. 

A cop in San Francisco won’t be held accountable after he shot and killed, Sean Moore, an unarmed Black man on the steps of his home. 

For my entire life, affirmative action has been a confusing topic for many (even for me), which led to some weird moments as a Black teen.

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson gives a unique perspective on the Supreme Court's decision to end Affirmative Action.

The policy aimed to increase workplace and educational diversity for the underrepresented.

The final proposal is going to the legislature.