Yara Shahidi has extended her production deal with ABC Signature. The post Yara Shahidi’s Production Imprint Extends Partnership With ABC Signature appeared first on NewsOne.
Ciara and Russell Wilson announced they’re donating $500,000 to nonprofits in Colorado annually. The post ‘Passionate About Making A Difference’: The Wilsons To Donate $500K Annually To Colorado Nonprofits appeared first on NewsOne.
The Getty Research Institute and the National Museum of African American History and Culture have acquired the Jet and Ebony photo archive. The post Getty To Digitize Historic Jet And Ebony Images Through Photo Archive Acquisition appeared first on NewsOne.
Two Black Muslim men were kicked off a 2020 Alaska Airline flight after a passenger complained of them speaking and texting in Arabic.
Matt Schlapp claims that the “smell of drugs” was everywhere while Laura Ingraham and him went “undercover” at the Black Lives Matter protest in D.C. following George Floyd’s murder.
The heat is on Chuck E. Cheese after mom says a mascot clearly snubbed her 2-year-old Black child in favor of giving high-fives to white kids.
HBCU alum Judge Tarik Sugarmon defeated incumbent Dan Michael becoming the first Black person to lead Shelby County Juvenile Court in Memphis. The post HBCU Alum Becomes First Black Juvenile Court Judge In Memphis appeared first on NewsOne.
Kristopher Hutchens, one of the cops who killed Jamarion Robinson, is still on the job and, until recently, he was a training officer. The post One Of The Cops Who Killed Jamarion Robinson Is Still On The Job Despite Murder Indictment appeared first on NewsOne.
Weirich's defeat in a "red state" is a resounding victory for people advocating a criminal justice reform agenda. The post Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich Loses Re-election Bid Months After Aggressively Prosecuting Pamela Moses For Alleged Voter Fraud appeared first on NewsOne.
Heads up, parents! Baltimore County Public Schools announced that they will no longer be providing free meals to all students. The district said healthy meals will continue to be offered, by Congress did not extend the program implemented by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that allowed for all students to receive free breakfast and […]
The three remaining Tulsa Race Massacre survivors will finally get the chance to make a case for why the massacre was a "public nuisance" and how it continues to impact the Black community. The post Judge Allows Tulsa Race Massacre ‘Public Nuisance’ Lawsuit To Move Forward appeared first on NewsOne.
The honorable Judge Greg Mathis made a bold claim against many Black men who he feel were lacking on the BLM protest frontlines.