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The Michigan Legislative Black Caucus kept it 100.

The California Democratic Party African American Caucus is demanding an apology after Rep. Maxine Waters’ speech was cut short at the CDP convention.

Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III of Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ, will be among those joining in praise, prayer and music Sept. 19 in Washington, DC. Here's how to get tickets or watch it streamed live online.

Hillary Clinton slumps as Vice President Joe Biden, who is mulling a presidential bid of his own, rises in the polls. Rep. Chaka Fattah builds a legal defense fund

Senators Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.) are the only two African Americans in the Senate. With Booker being a Democrat and Scott a Tea Party-backed Republican, will they bump heads? Perhaps they have more in common than we think. At least that’s what Scott suggested on NewsOne Now with Roland Martin, when asked whether he will join Booker […]

I have heavily critiqued the NAACP. I’ve spoken about how it feels very much disconnected from my generation and I’ve watched as local chapters hold press conferences about ridiculous and frivolous issues. The nation’s oldest civil rights group to me seemed stagnant—Just a bunch of old Black folks being old and Black and not growing […]