NewsOne obituaries and death notices: remembering renowned Black artists, celebrities and more.
Gregg Leakes, a former real estate investor and longtime veteran of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reality TV show has died at the age of 66 following a years-long battle with colon cancer.
Burrell made his mark as an NCAA Division I sprinter, a track phenom in a family full of phenomenal track stars.
Dennis "Dee Tee" Thomas, a co-founder of Kool & the Gang and saxophonist for the legendary R&B group, has died at the age of 70.
Cerain Anthony Raekwon Baker, the 21-year-old son of comedian Tony Baker, was killed along with two others in a fiery three-car crash caused by a street race in which he was not a part of in Southern California.
Veteran Nollywood actress Rachael Oniga, a legendary presence in the Nigerian movie industry who was known for her maternal roles, died July 31. She was 64 years old.
Glen Ford, a veteran broadcast and print journalist who hosted the first nationally syndicated Black news interview program on TV before going on to found the Black Agenda Report, has died at 71.
A lifelong educator, Moses inspired multiple generations to organize for equity and justice, leaving behind a legacy of servant leadership and grassroots empowerment.
The GoFundMe to help the family of TikTok star Matima 'Swavy' Miller, who was killed in a shooting, has exceeded its goal after talk show host Wendy Williams controversially addressed his death with her audience.
F. Lee Bailey, a lawyer who died June 3 decades after helping acquit O.J. Simpson, may be the only white person in history to publicly say the N-word and receive a widespread pass from Black people for uttering the hateful, racist slur.
Damon Weaver, who gained prominence as a young student-journalist who landed high-profile interviews that included one with resident Barack Obama, died unexpectedly at the age of 23.
To say Charles was well respected would be an understatement, with news of her unexpected passing rocking many to the core. The daughter of Haitian immigrants, Charles brought her passion for justice with her from the courtroom into the studio.
Tributes and condolences were pouring in after learning of the untimely death of "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler, the legendary boxer who died on March 13 at the age of 66.
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