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The St. Jude legacy is grounded by their mission as we celebrate the past 60 years and many more to come.

Imagine looking the only survivors of one of the worst and most notorious race massacres in America’s history right in the eye and telling them they aren’t owed anything for what they suffered. Imagine saying that to Black people who are seeking reparations, not as the descendants of the people who suffered, but as the sufferers themselves. The post SMH: Reparations Lawsuit Filed By Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors Dismissed By Oklahoma Supreme Court appeared first on NewsOne.

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The Rev. James Lawson Jr. has died.

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Civil rights activist Bob Woodson defended Rep. Byron Donalds' claims that Black families were better off under Jim Crow than they are now. The post Byron Donalds Was ‘Right’ About Jim Crow And The Black Family, Civil Rights Activist Bob Woodson Says appeared first on NewsOne.

The unthinkable levels of racist devastation was inflicted on Black Wall Street in the Greenwood Business District of Tulsa beginning May 31, 1921. The post Never Forget: Vintage Photos From 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Underscore The Lingering Devastation appeared first on NewsOne.

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Denny's restaurant chain launched a social change initiative and donated millions to Black groups after its latest racial profiling incident. The post Denny’s Launches Social Change Initiative, Donates Millions Amid Enduring Racial Profiling Legacy appeared first on NewsOne.

We celebrate the life and legacy of the iconic civil rights leader. The post Happy Birthday Malcolm X! appeared first on NewsOne.

Virginia’s Shenandoah County school board voted to restore the names of two schools named for Confederate soldiers. The post Virginia Board Votes To Restore School Names Honoring The Confederacy, And Rewrites History To Justify It appeared first on NewsOne.

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Protest movements can look very different depending on where you stand, both literally and figuratively. The post Campus Protests: Why Media Coverage Is More Drama Than Substance appeared first on NewsOne.

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The family of Johnny Hollman Sr., a church deacon tased to death by an Atlanta cop, spoke out after securing a $3.8 million settlement from the city. The post RIP Johnny Hollman Sr.: Family Of Church Deacon Tased To Death By Atlanta Cop Welcomes $3.8M Settlement appeared first on NewsOne.

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Black students don’t always feel safe to protest due to a history of Black people who suffer disproportionately when they speak up. The post Silence Is Not Consent: Resistance Is Required Today, Tomorrow And Forever appeared first on NewsOne.