Black Politics

Failed candidate Kwanza Hall backed the GOP.

Names are conspicuously missing.

Desperate, she’s approving negative ads about her opponent, Rev. Raphael Warnock, the Democratic Party’s candidate for her Senate seat. 

Herschel Walker's backers hope Black voters are easily swayed by one-off gifts.

If more isn’t done to level the playing field, so voters have a reasonable chance of making their voices heard, America will look less like a democracy and more like a dictatorship.  

From statewide races like the lieutenant governor to several judicial seats, Georgia voters once again have an opportunity to choose their champion. 

Electoral participation isn’t a means to an end. It is a pathway to a more connected society. By funding sustained engagement and organizing, Patrick sees Bridge Together as supporting local talent and listening to understand from residents what issues matter and how they manifest in their daily lives.

From healthcare reform to an overhaul of the criminal justice system, these social justice crusaders are creating waves locally, and nationally. 

Community organizer Cassandra Welchlin discusses on-the-ground efforts to galvanize voting power in Jackson, Mississippi, in NewsOne's Keeping It Local series profiling local government officials.

There has been confusion about how the presidential primary works. Here's what you need to know to unpack the primary process.

The Black public’s inclination to support or defend Black political leaders has given way to disenchantment that seemed to persist up until the present.

Rev. Jamal H. Bryant, pastor of Baltimore, Md.’s Empowerment Temple, has emerged in recent times as an active voice in a variety concerns important to African-American’s in his city and nationwide. The religious leader and activist is now eyeing a run for a seat in Congress should rumors that current House of Representatives incumbent Elijah […]