Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba told residents, “Don’t trust the state,” when it came to fixing their water issues. The post Jackson Can’t ‘Trust’ Mississippi To Fix Water Crisis, Mayor Says Amid Calls For Civil Rights Investigation appeared first on NewsOne.
As Hurricane Ian touches down in Florida, remember who suffers disproportionately. The destruction from hurricanes is never equally distributed. The post Hurricanes ‘Disproportionately’ Harm Black Neighborhoods–It’s Because Of Environmental Racism appeared first on NewsOne.
The Mississippi welfare scandal has sparked calls for Brett Favre to be removed from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But can that even happen? The post Mississippi Welfare Scandal Sparks Calls For Brett Favre To Be Kicked Out Of Football Hall Of Fame 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!"
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.
After Mike Tyson recently opened up about battling sciatica, we chose to highlight a few other rare health issues plaguing our culture.
As we observe Black Women's Equal Pay Day, the seemingly unbridgeable earnings gap between Black women and everybody else is tough to ignore. The fact remains that Black women account for the highest labor participation rate of all women while still paid the least. The post Where Black Women Rank On The Equal Pay Totem Pole, In 5 Depressing Charts appeared first on NewsOne.
With Beyoncé being inducted soon in the Guinness World Records Hall of Fame, we took a look at 9 other Black celeb history makers as well.
Iota Phi Theta was founded on September 19, 1963 at Morgan State College (now known as Morgan State University) by 12 students: Albert Hicks, Lonnie Spruill, Jr., Charles Briscoe, Frank Coakley, John Slade, Barron Willis, Webster Lewis, Charles Brown, Louis Hudnell, Charles Gregory, Elias Dorsey, Jr., Michael Williams. The fraternity is now the fifth largest […]