An old interview transcript revealed the civil rights icons were not foes.


Chanel Porchia-Albert addresses health conditions impacting Black mothers.

Comedian Jordan Carlos is among the few who work with people he admires and calls friends.

Florida's Democratic attorney general nominee spoke with NewsOne exclusively.

Marvin Sapp talks with Georgia Alfredas about the movie, the emotions dealing with the making of the project and what we can expect.

A new series engages viewers with trusted voices about American politics and government.

As an industry, cannabis has rapidly grown into a multibillion-dollar industry.

Monifa Bandele of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement shared that aging prisoners like Shakur are having their requests for compassionate release blocked despite having multiple health issues in the middle of an ongoing public health crisis

Creating cultural experiences and moments of joy in exchange for supporting Black transgender people provides an opportunity to build community. The new affiliate program offers access to high-quality gender-affirming wigs and tarot/astrology readings.  

Chloe Bailey sat down with "Refinery29" to talk self-love, learning to love her body, and responding to social media critics who say she's "doing too much."


The documentary goes beyond the simplified heritage versus hate debate, interspersing commentary from elected officials, historians, and even members of the Sons of the Confederacy. Despite having a variety of voices, the documentary avoids trying to both sides the Confederate flag but provides context for understanding the debate.


On the 4th anniversary of the 'me too.' Movement, we reflect on how the movement has matured through the years and how the founder Tarana Burke was almost erased from the narrative.