Let's just talk about how Republicans—who have dedicated themselves to ignoring or denying the existence of systemic racism while attacking any effort to correct it, including DEI, affirmative action, Black Lives Matter, critical race theory and the ubiquitous thing they call "wokeness"—are suddenly trying to connect with the Black collective by relating Trump's legal woes to our struggle. The post GOP Rep Compares Trump Prosecution To Treatment Of Black People ‘In Alabama In 1950. Bruh…What? appeared first on NewsOne.

New reports revealed that two other people close to New York City Mayor Eric Adams also had their homes in New Jersey raided by the FBI on the day that his top consultant's home was raided.


New York City Mayor Eric Adams could be in some serious trouble.

Controversial Republican congressman George Santos survived a second vote of expulsion on Wednesday. The vote this time was brought by fellow New York Republicans incensed over new criminal indictments returned against Santos last month.

Beanie Sigel is throwing his support behind independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and his 2024 presidential campaign. The Philadelphia rapper released a video of endorsement on social media on Thursday.

A Black reporter with ABC News was booed and told to "shut up" when she asked Representative Mike Johnson about his support of Donald Trump and election denial on Tuesday. The moment was caught on video by C-Span.

The judge overseeing the case of former President Donald Trump for his alleged interference in the 2020 presidential election gave him a limited gag order after a hearing on Monday.

Republican Party congressman George Santos is facing 10 additional felony charges in relation to a credit card scheme.


Confederate monuments burst into public consciousness in 2015 when a shooting at a historically Black church in Charleston, South Carolina. The post Research Suggests Confederate Monuments Correlate With Low Voter Turnout Among Black Communities appeared first on NewsOne.


Activist Tory Russell reflects on the nine-year anniversary of the death of Mike Brown and the Ferguson rebellion. The post Reflecting On Ferguson And The Death Of Mike Brown Nine Years Later appeared first on NewsOne.

Yusef Salaam defines himself as an activist, but now he's stepping into politics. Congratulations, Dr. Yusef Salaam!

Jim Brown, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, who went on to become an actor and a leading civil rights activist in the 1960s, has passed away. He was 87. Brown’s wife, Monique, took to Instagram to share the devastating news. “To the world, he was an activist, actor, and football star,” […]