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Pastor Jamal Bryant recently shared his plans to help push his church and congregation into the 21st century. The post Pastor Jamal Bryant Wants To Launch A Cannabis Business To Boost Church Membership appeared first on NewsOne.

There is a Black male teacher shortage in the U.S. and unless we hyper-focus on the problem it will never get solved. The post The Black Male Teacher Shortage Won’t Change Until America Learns To ‘Love Black Boys,’ Professor Says appeared first on NewsOne.

WNBA star Brittney Griner has been released from a Russian prison in a one on one swap with Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout

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.

CJR has created a tool that could help Americans better understand racial biases in the media coverage of missing people.  The post If You Went Missing, How Many Americans Would Know Your Story? appeared first on NewsOne.

Alpha Phi Alpha is the first Greek-letter fraternity created for African-American men. It was founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York by seven men: Henry Arthur Callis, Charles Henry Chapman, Eugene Kinckle Jones, George Biddle Kelley, Nathaniel Allison Murray, Robert Harold Ogle, and Vertner Woodson Tandy. Motto: “First of All, […]

The initiative will run through Dec. 4 in Montgomery,  Selma, and Birmingham. The post AIDS Memorial Quilt Makes Its Way To Alabama appeared first on NewsOne.

With Worlds AIDS Day still on our minds, we reflect back on 7 Black pioneers throughout history in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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.

A world without Black Twitter is a world void of information sharing on police brutality within the Black community. The post Will The Fall Of Black Twitter Make It Harder To Call Out Police Brutality? appeared first on NewsOne.