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At this free virtual event you will hear from speakers with personal testimonies on the impact of movement on our whole selves.

No NBA games on Tuesday so everyone has the opportunity to Vote!

If you haven’t registered to vote yet ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections, there’s still time to make your voice heard in the DMV. Here’s how to finagle same-day voter registration in D.C., Maryland and Virginia: Washington, D.C. Who can same-day register? If you’re unsure whether you’re currently registered to vote in DC, you may check […]

In this Motivational Moment, Reverend Ron Harrison talks about the importance of voting and the sacrifices our forefathers made for us to have the right to vote!

Starr Andrews recently made history as the first Black U.S. figure skater to win the ISU Grand Prix medal. The post Starr Andrews Makes Figure Skating History In Canada appeared first on NewsOne.

An exhibition celebrating the transformational contributions of revered revolutionary activist Angela Davis is on view at the Oakland Museum of California. The post Oakland-Based Exhibition Celebrates Revered Revolutionary Activist Angela Davis appeared first on NewsOne.

Former Mayor of Atlanta Andrew Young has launched a scholarship fund for HBCU students. The post Andrew Young Launches Scholarship Fund For Students Attending Historically Black Colleges And Universities appeared first on NewsOne.

Black literary trailblazers Toni Morrison and Ernest J. Gaines will be honored with U.S. Postal Service stamps. The post Black Literary Pioneers Toni Morrison And Ernest J. Gaines Honored With USPS Stamps appeared first on NewsOne.

A Broadway theater was named after the late legendary luminary Lena Horne. The post Broadway Theater Named After Late Legendary Luminary Lena Horne appeared first on NewsOne.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have had a significant impact on Black culture, and their influence on Black TV and Film cannot be understated.