The announcement that Symone Sanders would join MSNBC as a host of new programs draws attention to the growing slate of Black pundits who have been slaying on cable news shows for years now.
Symone Sanders, the chief spokesperson for Kamala Harris and a fiercely loyal member of President Joe Biden's team, will be resigning from her position at the end of the year as the vice president faces a growing number of questions about her future.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris' senior staff is shaping up to be a proper representation of the voters who are largely credited for her and Joe Biden's historic election.
Symone Sanders and Karine Jean-Pierre were part of a historic all-female communications team that will serve Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' administration.
Super Tuesday ends with a viral video that causes people to wonder.
Joe Biden comments about a segregationist has Democrats infighting.
Shouldn't the endgame be putting Donald Trump, not attacking our own?
The privileged Meghan McCain is getting dragged to every pit of social media hell for disrespecting 76-year-old Joy Behar on “The View” this morning. One person has had enough — CNN commentator Symone Sanders. See Also: Ilhan Omar Reacts To Meghan McCain’s White Tears Sanders wrote on Twitter, “McCain’s claim to fame is her father’s […]
Steve Cortes embarrassed himself on CNN.
Don't come for Symone unless she sends for you.
"We have to change how we¹re talking to our young people because they can no longer just go to college and expect to get a good job," a NewsOne Now panelist tells Roland Martin.
The National Urban League has been releasing its annual report, The State of Black America, for 41 years; it’s an amalgamation of data which quantifiably measures African American (and now Hispanic) progress in six key areas: economics, employment, education, health, housing, and criminal justice.
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