Tamika Mallory

Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour, and Carmen Perez -- activists from the Justice League NYC -- discuss what is next after the Justice or Else rally.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now's cameras were on hand for the Justice or Else rally and on Monday recapped the monumental event.

Pastor Jamal Bryant and a group of activists from around the country protested outside of the offices of the Department of Justice on Monday, demanding direct intervention in the Sandra Bland case. “We’re asking Loretta Lynch take over the case,” Bryant told Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now. “Over the last two weeks, six African-American […]

UPDATE: 3:00 PM EST For live updates from the road, please follow the following live streams via Periscope: Justice League’s Rameen Aminzadeh: @jllivemovement GlobalGrind’s Michael Skolnik: @MichaelSkolnik ————–  It’s finally here. Members of Justice League NYC will be joined by fellow activists and friends to embark on a historic journey — a nine day march from New […]

Members of the Justice League NYC were joined by New York City politicians, civil rights leaders, and activists as they presented plans of action against racial injustices at a press conference Monday for the upcoming #March2Justice. Created under Harry Belafonte’s organization The Gathering of Justice, director Carmen Perez spoke on the march, which will span over five states from April 13 […]

BABYSITTER BUSTED BLAMING THE BLACK GUY I don’t even know why people bother to lie in front of children — they ALWAYS bust you, and in the case of this teenage babysitter in Washington state, set you up to possibly go to jail. A 17-year-old girl hired to watch a 4-year-old named Abby in Ferndale got more […]

HELP US – WE’RE DYING! And while you’re at it, we also need to hear from you about all the ways you’re working around the clock to keep more innocent people from being killed in Chicago. Seven killed, 23 hurt over the last weekend? Eleven more shot on Monday? These are headlines we expect out of […]

WHAT THE HELL IS ‘HOOD DISEASE’? Here’s what isn’t helpful when it comes to diagnosing a very serious health concern in the Black community: calling out its name, therefore minimizing its impact and disrespecting its victims. That’s just what researchers at Harvard did last week after the Centers for Disease Control released a report indicating […]

Oscar winner and Hollywood’s new “It” girl Lupita Nyong’o is helping to change how we view beauty. In the latest #YourLifeMatters Google Hangout, we will host an honest discussion about colorism and how it affects self-esteem, especially our young people. We want to keep the conversation about self-esteem going strong, beyond Lupita’s moment in the spotlight. Join […]

  1. Stopping Corruption Before it Starts: Miami Dade’s Candidates Academy From sex scandals to fraud, we’ve seen a lot of politicians recently who have abused the power of their office and betrayed the trust of their constituents. Florida has had notoriously bad luck when it comes to its politicians; from corrupt representatives to attacks […]

I’ve spent my entire career as a civil rights activist and anti-violence advocate. I hear from folks all over the country about how fed-up they are—how much they want change—but they don’t know where to start. It’s not enough just to be informed, we’ve got to work tirelessly to do better. With the “The Lookout,” I’ll […]

I’ve spent my entire career as a civil rights activist and anti-violence advocate. I hear from folks all over the country about how fed-up they are—how much they want change—but they don’t know where to start. It’s not enough just to be informed, we’ve got to work tirelessly to do better. With the “The Lookout,” I’ll […]