On Thursday's edition of NewsOne Now, Tamika Mallory from the NY Justice League and Melina Abdullah, PhD, Professor at Cal State LA and Black Lives Matter movement member, responded to Lewis' remarks.
Roland Martin and NewsOne Now took one last look back at the year that was with the NewsOne Now Memorable Moments Special. Check out a few of those moments below. Controversial Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke Talks Black Lives Matter, Racist Cops, & More In a highly contested and confrontational interview, Roland Martin, host of TV One’s […]
In a highly contested and confrontational interview, Roland Martin, host of TV One's NewsOne Now, and Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke discussed Clarke's views on the Black Lives Matter movement.
After a brawl erupted between Kenya Moore (pictured above) and Porsha Williams (pictured) on the season premiere of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” this week, the Color of Change sent a letter to the Bravo Network, asking executives to stop promoting Black violence on television, according to a statement. SEE ALSO: Former NFL Vikings Star Orlando Thomas […]
So far this year, 232 people have been killed in Chicago, about 9 percent below the 10-year average for this time of year, the Daily News reports. And the month of July has been particularly bloody: Over the July 4th weekend, 12 were murdered with more than 60 people injured, and just this past weekend, […]
In February, NewsOne covered the tragic story of Norcross, Ga., football star and junior high valedictorian Nicholas Jackson II. In what seemed at the time a senseless, haphazard incident, Jackson II was mowed down with bullets, after seven men charged in to his home while he was playing PlayStation and fatally shot him in the […]
This article is Part 2 of “San Fran Youth Are In A Perpetual State Of Grief,” a NewsOne original feature on the post-tramautic stress disorder (PTSD) of San Francisco youth, who live in the gang-ridden confines of the Mission District of San Francisco. There, youths struggle to find a life worth living in the midst […]
The case of a missing Northern Virginia activist brought about a grisly discovery of a body in the bottom of a well near Fort Washington, Md., that police soon identified as Lenwood “Lenny” Harris (pictured). An arrest was made on Tuesday in the case, with Prince George’s County police detectives charging Linwood Johnson of Oxon […]
The old saying: “A bullet has no name,” isn’t really true. The boy whose eye the bullet ripped through before exiting through the back of his skull in New Orleans was named Keian Ester. He was 11 and playing Xbox and never regained consciousness. If that story isn’t sad enough, know that Keian wasn’t the […]
Police brutality videos inspire our outrage. So why do videos of Black-On-Black violence get laughs? Johan Thomas explains why, and what we can do about it. When footage of the Rodney King beating hit the airwaves some twenty years ago, Americans watched only a few seconds of the entire nine minute video in which Los […]
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