Rashad Robinson

Black Lives Matter, Color of Change and several other social change organizations are collaborating on National Mama's Bail Out Day to free more than 30 women who are jailed for low-level offenses and can't pay bail.

More questions are being asked about potential conflicts of interest and ethics violations as Trump prepares to assume the office of president.

Senate Republicans begin the process to dismantle Obamacare, but have no plan to replace President Barack Obama's signature piece of legislation.

Voter suppression in America is forcing Black communities to push back and endure long lines to cast ballots.

The Color of Change PAC has launched a program to mobilize Black voters beyond just getting high voter turnout.

A new report says the federal government is using social media to monitor and crack down on Black activists around the country.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now discuss Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's remarks regarding race, policing, and healing the racial divide.

With the 2016 presidential election just around the corner, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now examined a survey that focused on the intersection of race and police community relations with the hope of gaining some insight into what is driving opposing sides away from a normalized co-existence. One question that resonated with those surveyed and with those who […]

Since Trump was officially named the Republican presidential nominee on Wednesday night, will his handlers and party be able to rein him in in an attempt to make Trump more presidential?

Tuesday marks the final multi-state primary before the Republican and Democratic national conventions. Voters in California, North Dakota, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota will head to the polls to voice their choice for the presidential nominees for their respective parties. The Associated Press is reporting that Hillary Clinton already has reached the magic number […]

Donald Trump's xenophobic comments against Mexicans and Muslims is starting to leave a bad taste in the mouths of some donors to the Republican National Convention. The New York Times is reporting that Coca-Cola has decided against matching the $660,000 it gave the RNC for the 2012 Republican convention, "deciding to donate only $75,000 for this year and indicating that it does not plan to provide more."

Arguing that the sole job of Chicago's top prosecutor is to disproportionately lock up African-American men, ColorOfChange worked overtime on Tuesday's primary to oust Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez, who is up for re-election.