Tyrone Harris, the 18-year-old that was shot by Ferguson police after allegedly firing at officers at the one-year anniversary of the protests in the city, has been listed in critical condition. Rumors on social media began to explode Sunday night that police shot and killed Harris, but the teen survived his wounds and has been […]

NewsOne’s Top 5 takes a quick look at the trending stories you’re talking about: Police Shoot Man In Ferguson After He Allegedly Fired At Officers During Anniversary Protests State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal & Activist Tef Poe Express Frustration With Lack Of Change In Ferguson MLB Affiliate Holds “Blue Lives Matter” Event On Anniversary Of Michael Brown’s […]

Following unrest in Ferguson, St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger in a statement announced a state of emergency Monday afternoon.

The anniversary of Michael Brown’s death prompted marches and continued outcry about police brutality in Ferguson, Mo. Sunday, but the Staten Island Yankees used the day to push their own polarizing campaign dubbed “Blue Lives Matter.” The minor league team is a Single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees. The group shows support to the families of police officers […]

St. Louis County police on Sunday shot and critically wounded a man who allegedly fired at them in Ferguson following peaceful protests on the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, whose shooting touched off global protests against police violence in the U.S. The Washington Post reports that the incident occurred just before midnight, […]

Everyone wants to know how the past 365 days have been since Michael Brown was gunned down by Officer Darren Wilson. It’s not really an easy answer. Thinking back it’s been good, bad, ugly and amazing. Before August 9, 2014 I was a woman who recently graduated from Southeast Missouri State University in 2013 working […]

On August 9, 2014, seeing the lifeless body of Michael Brown Jr. laid out in the blistering heat for four and half hours on Twitter shook my world but little did I know it would change my world forever. Michael Brown changed my life. I know a lot of people say this but it’s the […]

This movement is summed up for me, and always has been summed up for me, in one statement: Mike Brown saved my life. Mike Brown gave me the desire to live, showed me love, ignited a fire inside of me I never knew I had. I might even go as far to say that Mike […]

A year after the murder of Michael Brown Jr. there are thousands of transformative stories from a compiled list of unheard voices. The Ferguson Uprising will forever remain a genuine historical moment, exemplifying the determination of a marginalized community. A year later, the system has attempted to co-opt the Ferguson movement by making stark comparisons […]

A dark abyss. If someone were to ask me where I was on August 9, 2014 – before I received news that yet another black man had been a victim of state-sanctioned violence –that’s my answer. A dark abyss. I was on the brink of giving up on my existence, growing tired of life and […]

We still have quite a way to go… According to MappingPoliceViolence.org, police in the United States have killed 184 Black people in 2015. It’s daunting to think of the murders of Black folk in this country in a statistical way when families have lost fathers, mothers, daughters, and sons. I hoped so many things would […]