“I wasn’t afraid,” she says. “I felt disgust at what is being done across the country. At the fact that it’s come this far that we have to take to the streets in protest to demand our safety.”
Six men and a woman were accused of producing and distributing nearly 10,800 “2 Ride” passes in violation of policy for Tulsa City Transit. The workers, however, were simply doing as they were told by supervisors, their lawyer says.
In I-am-sad-to-even-have-to-write-about-this-today reporting, a Kenyan blogger wrote a post about how natural hair is ugly.
It’s WTH?! Thursday on NewsOne Now, and we’re breaking down all of the insane and crazy stories trending in this week’s news. This time around, guest host Ray Baker is at the helm, accompanied by Sherri Warren, Regional Director for Interscope Records, and MissterRay, WEtv Correspondent. We kick off this foray into madness with an unusual standoff. A Phoenix, […]
Sadly, the Democrats, even with a mention of the Black Lives Matter Network, fell short. The concerns of millions of Black Americans were all but dismissed in the first debate, indicating that even the left needs a crash course on how to gain the Black vote.
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Stop Mass Inc., created by Dr. Cornel West and activist Carl Dix, have marched endlessly for racial injustice and now introduce "Rise Up October," a three-day event (Oct. 22 to Oct 24) in New York that will continue to fight against police killings.
NewsOne discussed Black Lives Matter with Sen. Cory Booker, lawyer Ben Crump, and more at CBC's Annual Legislative Conference.
While Barack Obama has been increasingly vocal about issues affecting Black America in the last months of his presidency, his stance on the Black Lives Matter Network remains unclear. But during an interview at the Congressional Black Caucus’ Annual Legislative Conference, Khalilah Harris — Deputy Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African-Americans — told NewsOne that the […]
More proof that the state of emergency exists in the Black community? Check out the numbers in this week's The Retweet.
During a panel discussion in Martha's Vineyard, April Ryan weighed in on the president's approach to race as his administration winds down.
Longtime civil rights activist Dr. Benjamin Chavis has this to say about people who complain they’re tired of protest marches: “A lot of people say they’re tired of marching. And most people who say that never did [march]. So I don’t know how you’re going to say you’re tired of marching.” If anyone knows about […]
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