The safety net of savings that families might need is getting smaller. The post Op-Ed: Despite November Employment Gains Economy Faces Challenges In The Immediate Future appeared first on NewsOne.
Chicago police officers working with county officials assassinated the young leader on Dec. 4, 1969. The post Remembering Fred Hampton 53 Years After His Assassination appeared first on NewsOne.
The police chief said he spoke with Takeoff’s mother Friday morning and thanked the family for their patience. The post Houston Police Arrest Man Accused Of Killing Takeoff appeared first on NewsOne.
The Mississippi Poor People’s Campaign released a statement this week regarding DOJ's decision to intervene in the Jackson water crisis. The post Activists Call DOJ’s Plans To Fix Jackson’s Water Crisis ‘The Beginning Of A Victory’ appeared first on NewsOne.
Here are a few of the many organizations on the frontlines of helping BIPOC communities affected by HIV. The post World AIDS Day Reminds Us To Press Forward In The Fight To End The HIV/AIDS Epidemic appeared first on NewsOne.
LeBron James is calling out the hypocrisy Black athletes sometimes face when dealing with reporters and the media. The post LeBron James Calls Out Media For Not Asking Athletes About The Jerry Jones Photo appeared first on NewsOne.
Companies have the right to dissociate from such a space. The post Elon Musk Attacks Apple CEO After The Tech Company Allegedly Halted Advertisements appeared first on NewsOne.
The North-Carolina based company was founded by Stafford Braxton, a professional wedding photographer. The post Santas Just Like Me Is Bringing The Gift Of Diversity To The Christmas Industry appeared first on NewsOne.
With Twitter facing a possible shutdown, BlackPlanet is inviting users to reboot their old accounts or create new ones. The post #BlackPlanetBack: Will Twitter’s Downturn Spark New Interest In BlackPlanet? appeared first on NewsOne.