The ongoing battle to obtain statehood for Washington D.C. will see the ballot come November, but Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) said it would take both Republican and Democratic support to see the vote through. In an exclusive interview with Radio One’s EZ Street during the Republican National Convention, Bowser stressed that the fight to […]
From King to O'Reilly, the irresponsible dissemination of a whitewashed history, which many believed to be powered by Donald Trump's xenophobia, seems to dominate the internet. But is this type of rhetoric, while not new, fueled by the upcoming election?
Combatting the stereotype of apathetic youth, Rock the Vote – the nonpartisan nonprofit created to see young people through America’s political process – has found a new way to galvanize and inspire millennials to vote in the upcoming election in November. Using innovation and creativity, the organization partnered with #Cut50 and other national and community partners […]
NewsOne spoke with Christina Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University, about how Democrats performed overall at the convention and particularly on two key issues facing African-Americans: Women's empowerment, and police killings and gun violence.
Voters can and should impact education policy in their community, Dr. Charles Davis III, director of Higher Education Research and Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania Center for the Study of Race & Equity in Education, tells NewsOne in an exclusive interview at the Democratic National Convention. Candidates for a range of local offices, such […]
While Hillary Clinton prepares to accept a historic nomination as the first women presidential candidate of a major party – a move that will shatter the proverbial glass ceiling – the diversity of the women at the helm of the Democratic National Convention cannot be ignored. Women of color have not only graced the stage in primetime speaking […]
"He is trying to tell us he cares about the middle class. Give me a break. That is a bunch of malarkey."
Bronx Assemblyman Michael Blake, a rising star in political circles, is expected to speak at the DNC convention tonight in the speeches leading up to President Barak Obama’s address. In an exclusive with NewsOne, he discussed the need to vote to change the hyper-incarceration of black men and woman and criminal justice reform. He believes Hillary […]
Sampson, who campaigned across the country for Bernie Sanders before the Vermont senator conceded the race to Hillary Clinton, said he was inspired by the youth who attended the rallies in droves.
This is just another example of glaring ignorance, bigotry, and mansplaining. A true journalist's responsibility is to uncover the facts, not disseminate a watered-down narrative of an inconvenient truth.
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