As long as Kellyanne Conway is your spokesperson, real facts will never make it into your lexicon. The post ‘Alternative Facts’: Kellyanne Conway Blatantly Lies About Marijuana ‘Overdose Deaths’ appeared first on NewsOne.
The Riverfront Times reported Monday that the St. Louis Police Officers Association asked the city to remove Roorda from union-related emails. The post St. Louis Police Union Cuts Ties With Controversial Leader Jeff Roorda appeared first on NewsOne.
Here are a few spine-tingling unsolved Black murder cases that we pray get solved in the foreseeable future. The post Unsolved Black Murders That Still Haunt The Culture appeared first on NewsOne.
"It is my distinct honor to pass the torch to you. You’ve earned it and will excel wherever God takes you for women’s empowerment!"
NewsOne sat down with the Brooklyn-based maternal health advocate Chanel Porchia-Albert to learn more about the campaign and her journey in the doula industry. The post Chanel Porchia-Albert On Baby Dove’s New Doula Campaign, Improving Black Maternal Outcomes And Increasing Access To Care appeared first on NewsOne.
A read between the lines raises genuine issues often at odds with the values Republicans claim to protect. The post Commentary: New Republican ‘Commitment To America’ Is Out Of Step With Facts And What Voters Want appeared first on NewsOne.
Francys Johnson and his colleagues fought an uphill battle at every step of the process, including demands for transparency. The post Marc Wilson’s Lead Attorney Speaks About Fighting Injustice In South Georgia appeared first on NewsOne.
The attorney also encouraged people to stop electing "tough on crime" prosecutors and judges and for the media to ask more questions of people impacted by the system. The post Viral Twitter Thread Spotlights Case Of Alabama Teen Jailed For Sexting appeared first on NewsOne.
What makes DeSantis’ political stunt any different than the Reverse Freedom Rides? The decades change, but the racist game stays the same. The post ‘Racist Tactics’: DeSantis Sending Migrants To Martha’s Vineyard Echoes ‘Segregationists,’ Senator Says appeared first on NewsOne.
Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair were killed in the bombing of the 16th Street Church in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963. The post 16th Street Baptist Church Birmingham Bombing Photos, Then And Now appeared first on NewsOne.
The Commission on Civil Rights was formed to help investigate voting and civil rights issues impacting the American people. The post US Commission On Civil Rights Celebrates 65 Years Of Service appeared first on NewsOne.
Wanting to take a temperature check on society makes sense, but Gallup concludes that because American attitudes have shifted, it correlates to meaningful change. But a Gallup article interpreting the findings did acknowledge that people simultaneously thought civil rights for Black people have not improved and new civil rights laws need The post Support For Interracial Marriage At Record High But Doesn’t Translate To Broader Issues Of Equality appeared first on NewsOne.