This Week In Blackness

Last week I had the opportunity to cover the #SELMA2012 march. This I found interesting because many people I spoke to was unaware of the historic retread of the Selma to Montgomery march of 1965. Outside of a small select group of media outlets the march went largely ignored by mainstream media. While you can […]

Over the years, Elon James White has been steadily building a following for his always-impactful, always-funny video blog, This Week in Blackness. We have loved posting Elon’s videos revolving around politics, race, and entertainment. Today, we at NewsOne are proud to announce our official partnership with Elon and TWiB! In this week’s episode — his […]

NewsOne contributor Elon James White tackles what to do when you’re stopped by the police in this video. The video, which was featured on the ACLU website, is based on the ACLU’s know-your-rights card, What to Do if You’re Stopped by Police, Immigration Agents or the FBI.” Click on the link and read about your […]

In the latest installment of the award winning web series “This Week in Blackness” host Elon James White discusses Comments made by former President George W. Bush concerning the low point of his presidency.

The Brooklyn Comedy Company proudly presents This Week in Blackness: Mini Edition.

The election of Barack H. Obama to the office of President of the United States was hailed as a monumental step forward in race relations. His inauguration created what many referred to as a post-racial era in American history. We were finally beyond race! The land of the stars and stripes became a meritocracy. All […]

Disappointed that Obama hasn’t zapped the Republicans with his magical powers like Harry Potter? Not planning to vote in the upcoming midterm elections in protest? Then you need to watch this video… RELATED: Black people and White people different

We’ve all heard comedians telling “Black people and White people are different” jokes right? In the latest episode of “This Week in Blackness” host Elon James White crafts his own version based on Governor of Mississippi Haley Barbour’s interesting version of what it was like to go to school in in the South in the […]

Scaring white people is wrong. I do it—but it’s wrong.

From GIANTlife: Yesterday I was found myself a bit surprised when I saw a tweet that linked to an article on the popular tech site Gizmodo titled “Why I Stalk a Sexy Black Woman on Twitter (And Why You Should, Too).” As a Negro my stomach immediately sank.