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.

Black leadership in America is more than just a concept, it is a doorway to understanding the resilience of Black people. 

Florida welcomed back failed presidential candidate Ron DeSantis by moving forward with his plans to destroy diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the state's public colleges.

The Minnesota cop who killed Ricky Cobb during a traffic stop was finally charged. 

Since the change was implemented by election officials in July, almost all voting rights restorations in the state have been halted.

The superintendent took out a full-page ad.

Urban One will launch the One Vote – Represent The Vote, a multimedia campaign that will be broadcast on all Urban One, Inc. assets.

Since I began writing Black Folklore in 2020, I have been introduced to a side of Black History that I never knew existed. Extraordinary supernatural tales of ghosts and spirits intertwined with real-life events from Black History. As amazing as those tales have been thus far, they’re nothing compared to the world that was introduced […]

This is the legendary tale of O.T. Jackson and the Colorado Black ghost town of Dearfield.

Even in the face of destruction and racist terror, a handful of Black people emerged as heroes among the brave Americans who stood up to the bigoted Capitol mob and defended democracy.

San Pedro native, Reginald Scott says his red Ford Mustang was vandalized between Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Whispered in the hushed tones of Black folklore is the ghostly tale of Rosewood, a thriving Black town in Florida that was burned.