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The EPA is opening a new office that it says will double down on environmental justice efforts and pledged billions of dollars to neglected communities. The post EPA’s New Environmental Justice Office Pledges ‘Billions’ For ‘Those Who Need It The Most appeared first on NewsOne.

HBCU marching bands are a vital part of not only HBCU culture but of college culture in general. These bands have altered the landscape of music and have been integral in creating community and connection among Black people.

At least 14 children and one teacher were killed in a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, in the nation's latest deadly mass shooting.

Aaron Salter, a 30-year veteran of the Buffalo Police department, was being remembered as "a hero" who prevented more deaths in Saturday's racist mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York. Here's what we know about all of the victims.

Per the ACLU of Colorado, the trial is thought to be the first in the country to challenge policing policies and procedures during the 2020 racial justice protests.

Critics say Missouri Senate Bill 666 (yes, really) -- dubbed the "Make Murder Legal Act" -- would shield killers from prosecution and protect the "lynching of Black men."

Jeff Zucker resigned as the president of CNN, effective immediately, after failing to disclose a "consensual relationship" with a fellow CNN staff member.

Coretta Scott King wasn’t just the wife of an American hero, she was an icon in her own right and her accomplishments deserve to be celebrated right alongside her husband’s.

She's was known as "the fastest woman in the world," but Florence Flo Jo Griffith Joyner was much more than that. She was a loving mother, a designer, and even an actress too.

The right-wing outrage over a NASA video with Kamala Harris and paid young actors draws attention to Trump's use of paid actors to pretend to be his supporters when he announced he was running for president. And he didn't even pay them on time.