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CNN host Don Lemon used his platform to encourage newsrooms to increase staffing diversity in a meaningful way, and not just for appearances.

Travis P. Jackson, the lively founder and CEO of HBCU Pride Nation, spoke with One Yard about the enterprising businessman and motivational speaker company that is inspired by all-things historically Black colleges and universities.

MSNBC is apparently betting on Black to make it more competitive against rival cable news networks. But the decision to promote Rashida Jones to be its top executive is far from a gamble.

Online extremism and hate can lead to real-world violence by legitimizing extreme actions. Parler’s tolerance of hate and bigotry opens the possibility that one or more of its members will commit acts of violence.

Cyber Monday provides a chance to support Black-owned companies offering online discounts and sales for their goods during the holiday season.

Michael B. Jordan is the third-straight Black man to be named PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive," for 2020, but history shows the magazine didn't always have such a diverse and inclusive approach when choosing who to feature.

Just as America was learning that the 2020 election had officially come to an end, a different kind of vote was getting underway as social media users aged Bossip had the best headline.

NewsOne hosted the third and final installment of its virtual conversation series of panel discussions with corporate leaders and executives who are using their voices to advocate on behalf of Black communities.

NewsOne hosted the second in its three-part virtual conversation series of panel discussions with corporate leaders and executives who are using their voices to advocate on behalf of Black communities.

Gayle King continued her impressive streak of landing coveted interviews that Black America wants to see when she sat down with Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Breonna Taylor who survived the police shooting that killed her in her own home.

NewsOne hosted the first in its three-part virtual conversation series of panel discussions with corporate leaders and executives who are using their voices to advocate on behalf of Black communities.

Nikole Hannah-Jones of the New York Times has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Commentary for an essay that paved the way for The 1619 project, a series about Black history that was centered on slavery.