'Little Mermaid' reactions hit social media as users share videos of Black girls blind reacting to Halle Bailey playing a Black Ariel.

After a bit of a lull in Karens, white women weaponizing their whiteness seemingly came back with a major vengeance in 2021, revealing themselves in the most likely and unlikely places, including airplanes, school board meetings and NBA games, to name a few.

Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the Bahamas and proved all forecasts correct and then some by unleashing flooding and destruction across the Caribbean nation before it turns toward the United States.

Do you remember you first Christmas toy? I mean, I know I’m not the only one who unwrapped and then rewrapped gifts on Christmas Eve.…

By now, you’ve stood in line and got that new gaming device for your young one. But what if you’re like me and buy one…

Pastor Jamal Bryant talks about the plans for his church, Empowerment Temple AME in Baltimore, to take actions against the prison system. “There are over one million black men who are under supervision of the penal system,” he stated. Stay connected on 2013 CBCF Coverage, and tune in to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin this fall on TV One!

Dr. Jamal Bryant, pastor of the Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, focused on the importance of the black church in today’s world as it relates to social media. The Black church, according to Bryant, was the first form of social media to get the word out to the masses. “The church continuously lends that […]

Civil rights during the ’60s and civil rights of today might be considered two completely different things. Phillip Agnew of the Dream Defenders explained that there is still room for young people to make a difference if they want to make change. “For young people who are looking for people that look like them and talk like […]

Not everyone understands the difficulties that ex-offenders go through once they’re released from prison. Charles Ogletree, professor at Harvard Law School spoke on the subject at the 2013 Congressional Black Caucus: “Once you have a record, the collateral consequences are incredible. Getting a driver’s license, getting to live in public housing, getting a loan or […]

Even though there are more African Americans in office, Harvard Law School professor Charles Ogletree says that the black community still has a long way to go: “We’ve had more black men in jail more than ever before. We’ve had more black men without jobs than ever before. We have more black people and brown people who […]

Charles Ogletree, professor at Harvard Law School, commended Attorney General Eric Holder‘s efforts on criminal justice reform.  Ogletree made Holder’s contributions known at the 2013 Congressional Black Caucus: “We have made very little progress in terms of getting presidents to do what needs to be done, and I think we really have to applaud what this […]