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.

Pras is suing 50 Cent and Kyrie Irving for calling him an FBI informant and using defamatory words like “rat.”

The path toward a more equitable and enriched education system lies in the empowerment of Black male teachers, who are an intricate part of improving academic outcomes for Black students finding their way.

Mauricio Garcia, the Texas Mexican man who killed eight people, left behind a social media profile filled with white supremacist rhetoric.

Herschel Walker was wired $535,200 by billionaire and friend Dennis Washington, who believed the money was for his campaign for senator.

Let's debunk once and for all this silly notion that Black folks are always late.

The passing of Harry Belafonte means more than just some fans losing their favorite singer or actor. Belafonte meant everything to activists.

The U.S. surgeon general recently declared widespread loneliness the latest public health epidemic sweeping across the nation.

A 17-year-old has surrendered to police after being identified as a person of interest in the shooting death of Koko Da Doll.

Carolyn Bryant Donham claimed the 14-year-old catcalled her, which led to his lynching.

NBA star Anthony Edwards was cited for third-degree assault after his Minnesota Timberwolves were eliminated from the NBA playoffs.

A Republican running for senator in Ohio believes descendants of white soldiers who died in the Civil War should receive reparations.

We are sad to report that actor, singer and activist Harry Belafonte has died at the age of 96, according to the New York Times.