The Black Hammer Party is described by the Anti-Defamation League as an anti-colonial movement for Black and indigenous peoples. The post What Is The Black Hammer Party? Black Extremism In A White Extremist World appeared first on NewsOne.
People interested in learning more can sign up at HelpAmericaVote.gov or contact their local election officials. The post #HelpAmericaVote Day Encourages People To Volunteer As Poll Workers appeared first on NewsOne.
A program spearheaded by the Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center wants to repurpose the Lee statute into a nationally renowned work of art reflective of the entire community. The post Charlottesville’s Unfinished Statue Business Five Years After ‘Unite The Right’ appeared first on NewsOne.
It’s been five years since racism and white supremacy took center stage in Charlottesville, Virginia, at the 'Unite The Right' rally. The post Remembering Charlottesville: A Look Back At The Deadly ‘Unite The Right’ Rally [PHOTOS] appeared first on NewsOne.
While the outcome is not surprising, the continued refusal of the legal system to hold Carolyn Bryan Donham responsible is nonetheless disheartening. The post Mississippi Grand Jury Finds ‘Insufficient Evidence’ To Charge Carolyn Bryant Donham In Emmett Till’s Killing appeared first on NewsOne.
North Carolina A&T State University is already known as the nation's top producer of Black engineers. So the transition to direct some of the talented people in their community into the clean energy sector could be almost seamless. The post NCAT Receives $23 Million to Help Diversify Clean Energy Field appeared first on NewsOne.
Women of color are barely making ends meet because of the uncertain state of the economy. The post New Study Reveals Black Women Are Struggling Financially In Today’s Economy appeared first on NewsOne.
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.
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.
Joey David George of Lynnwood was indicted by a federal grand jury for a hate crime and four counts of interstate threats. The post Lynnwood Man Charged With Hate Crime For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Black People At Site Of Buffalo Shooting appeared first on NewsOne.