Happy Juneteenth! As we approach the third year of sacred day being recognized as a federal holiday, we explore what Juneteenth means to us, while honoring our ancestors. See how you can celebrate by clicking the link below.
#SayHerName! 875 days later, the Department of Justice announced that the four Louisville officers connected to #BreonnaTaylor's murder.
As more attention is drawn to #Akron, Ohio following the devastating murder of 25-year-old #JaylandWalker, protesters all over the country are taking to the streets and demanding justice. Head to tvone.tv for more details.
Today is the second anniversary of George Floyd's murder, while the country continues to digest the most recent major shootings. President Biden plans to release an executive order to restructure policing.
Photo by: Scott Dudelson/Getty Images It’s been two years and we are still saying her name! Breonna Taylor… A 26-year-old Black woman was slain in her home, gunned down by Louisville police two years ago on March 13. Not only has her name become a rallying cry at protests demanding police reform, but many social […]
“Well, what was the message that you got was more the question.”
Tomorrow marks the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington that was keynoted by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To commemorate and celebrate this historical event, the NAACP will host the 2020 Virtual March on Washington.