With Allen v. Milligan, securing permanent federal voting protections and expanding local elections accessibility is imperative. Many in the nation are bracing themselves for a decision.
Crowdfunding services like GoFundMe and GiveSendGo primarily benefit the most privileged. Just ask Daniel Penny, Jordan Neely's killer.
The cinematographer and director was the first Black woman To write and produce a full-length independent film.
Cyrus Carmack-Belton’s murder by Rich Chow draws attention to the worst stereotypes among Black and Asian relations.
The U.S. Department of Education awarded more than $1 million in grants for HBCUs targeted and disrupted by racist bomb threats last year.
New York prosecutors charged 49-year-old Jay Bryant in the murder of hip-hop legend Jam Master Jay. It was the third indictment in the 2002 shooting death of the longtime Run-DMC member, born Jason Mizell.
Austin Schoemann was indicted by a federal grand jury for racially threatening multiple Black people and using death threats.
The unthinkable levels of racist devastation was inflicted on Black Wall Street in the Greenwood Business District on May 31, 1921.
The NAACP determined Florida is "hostile to Black Americans."
The 17-year-old was shot in the head after going to the wrong home.
The teen who refused to give his Citi Bike bike to Sarah Jane Comrie and his family spoke out about the viral incident.
Award-winning author and journalist asha bandele remembers Harry Belafonte as a master strategist.
Award-winning journalist Jemele Hill gets candid in an exclusive interview for NewsOne's inaugural digital cover.