CJR has created a tool that could help Americans better understand racial biases in the media coverage of missing people. The post If You Went Missing, How Many Americans Would Know Your Story? appeared first on NewsOne.
A world without Black Twitter is a world void of information sharing on police brutality within the Black community. The post Will The Fall Of Black Twitter Make It Harder To Call Out Police Brutality? appeared first on NewsOne.
DOJ filed a proposal in federal court that will try and stabilize the city of Jackson, Mississippi’s public drinking water system. The post DOJ Reaches Agreement On Interim Solution To Jackson, Mississippi’s Water Crisis appeared first on NewsOne.
The arrest warrant says explicitly that Shanquella Robinson is the victim of “femicide.” But what is femicide? The post What Is Femicide? Here’s What Shanquella Robinson Killing Suspect Could Be Charged With appeared first on NewsOne.
A Mexican arrest warrant wants Shanquella Robinson's "friend" extradited over the death in Cabo. Will that happen? Here's what the law says. The post Will Shanquella Robinson’s ‘Friend’ Be Extradited From U.S. To Mexico For Femicide Arrest Warrant? appeared first on NewsOne.
Donations poured into a GoFundMe for Lavel "Tyler" Davis Jr., a University of Virginia football player killed in a mass shooting at the Charlottesville campus. The post GoFundMe Donations Pour In For Slain UVA Football Player Lavel ‘Tyler’ Davis Jr. appeared first on NewsOne.
The commitment to safety for Black students on college campuses across the country needs to be prioritized. The post The Importance Of Prioritizing Safety For Black Students On College Campuses appeared first on NewsOne.
Nearly 578,000 Black Americans have epilepsy and over 25,000 Black Americans are diagnosed with seizures or epilepsy each year. The post Understanding Epilepsy And Its Affects On Black America appeared first on NewsOne.
In a little note at the bottom of the article, the New York Times claims it didn’t include Louisiana candidates because the primary isn’t held until election day. The post New York Times List Of Black Senator Candidates Excludes Two From Louisiana appeared first on NewsOne.
The six-part series celebrates the rich wisdom and experiences of Amherst college's Black female alums, past, present and future. The post The ‘Black Women of Amherst College’ Podcast Highlights Notable Change Makers appeared first on NewsOne.