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Critics on social media claimed news coverage of Celtics coach Ime Udoka eclipsed that of Brett Favre and the Mississippi welfare crisis, but is that true? The post Is Ime Udoka Really Getting More Coverage Than Brett Favre ‘Stealing’ Welfare Money From Mississippi? appeared first on NewsOne.

Amy Cooper's firing was upheld after she falsely accused a Black bird watcher of assault. The post Amy ‘Central Park Karen’ Cooper Loses Lawsuit Against Ex-Employer Who Fired Her Over Viral Video appeared first on NewsOne.

Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse launched an online fundraiser to fight a civil lawsuit, but the GiveSendGo page isn't getting much support. The post Kyle Rittenhouse’s Online Fundraiser Is Floundering With Few Donations appeared first on NewsOne.

Michelle Obama is coming to a city near you! She announced her “The Light We Carry” six-city book tour kicking off this fall.

From Fall 2019 to Fall 2021, enrollment fell 18 percent for all Black students. That's 23.5 percent and 15 percent for Black men and Black women, respectively. The post Black Student Enrollment At Community Colleges Has Declined Since The Pandemic appeared first on NewsOne.

Sarver was suspended one year and fined $10M following a probe into a toxic workplace environment and allegations he made racist and sexist remarks toward employees.

National Voting Registration Day falls exactly 48 days away from Election Day. Here's a step-by-step guide to prepare you to cast your ballot on Nov. 8. The post National Voter Registration Day 2022: How To Prepare For Election Day, Step By Step appeared first on NewsOne.

In this episode, EMDR Certified Therapist, Yunetta Spring joins Maria to talk about mental health, mindfulness, realistic habit change, and ways you can tap into YOUR power to live a happier life.

The attorney also encouraged people to stop electing "tough on crime" prosecutors and judges and for the media to ask more questions of people impacted by the system. The post Viral Twitter Thread Spotlights Case Of Alabama Teen Jailed For Sexting appeared first on NewsOne.

Barrier-breaking ballet dancer Misty Copeland has launched a program aimed at making ballet accessible for Black and Latinx youth. The post Misty Copeland Launches Initiative To Make Ballet Accessible For Black And Brown Youth appeared first on NewsOne.