Dick Gregory

Dick Gregory would have been 87 years old today.

Hugh Hefner was many things to many people: a playboy; a publisher; a philanthropist; a pornographer, to name but a few. But he was also a staunch advocate for social justice, especially as it related to Black folks.

Yohance Maquebela opens up about how his dad truly worked to make America great.

Legendary activist Dick Gregory died in August, 2017 at the age of 84.

One writer argues that Dick Gregory, a legendary comedian and longtime activist who died at the age of 84 on Aug. 19, deserves to be honored with a statue.

Dick Gregory, the African-American satirist and civil rights icon, died at age 84 in Washington's Sibley Memorial Hospital.

Dick Gregory warns that America could enter into a period of decline as a result of Trump's presidency.

Howard University on Sunday honored Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson of Radio One, Inc., the largest Black-owned multi-media company in the country, at the unveiling of the Cathy Hughes School of Communications.

Best Selling Author Tryce McQuirter joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” to discuss the vegan diet and how healthy eating is a social justice issue. McQuirter explained to Martin that social justice and food are related. She credits comedian, actor and civil rights activist Dick Gregory for her turning to veganism. SEE ALSO: Fit!Live!Win! Fitness Expert […]

Malcolm X, one of the most important figures of the second half of the 21st century, brought a different perspective to Black America and the world. His perspective was different from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; it was different from many other civil rights activists, but he operated within the same pantheon as his counterparts. Malcolm […]

Legendary actor, comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory was presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday. The Walk of Fame ceremony honoring Gregory fell on his 56th wedding anniversary with longtime wife Lillian Gregory . During the festivities Gregory told attendees, “It was Black folks that made me when I was trying […]

Rosario Dawson sat down with Roland Martin to talk about her role as a journalist in the Chris Rock semi-autobiographical comedy, “Top Five.” She joked with Martin about the “dark side” of journalism and recounted times when she has been quoted in articles “cursing a little” and tried to understand why that was the quote […]