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Author Cornell Belcher declares that the rise of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "was a predictable backlash from America electing its first Black president."
Wisconsin State Senator Lena Taylor discusses Black voters mobilizing against voter suppression and voter ID legislation.
Voter suppression in America is forcing Black communities to push back and endure long lines to cast ballots.
Rep. James Clyburn and Rep. G.K. Butterfield want Clinton to dip into a portion of her war chest and use it to increase voter turnout.
Harry Belafonte's 'Many Rivers to Cross' Festival fused music, arts, culture and the call for social justice into one unique event.
A federal appeals court ruled that banning an employee from wearing dreadlocks is not racial discrimination. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a case brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Chastity Jones, a black woman in Alabama refused to cut off her locs as a condition of employment with an insurance company. Essence.com reported, the EEOC […]
Deborah Watts, co-founder of the Emmett Till Legacy Foundation, spoke with Roland Martin about her family's contribution to the NMAAHC.
After Pres. Obama's final address as President of the United States to the Congressional Black Caucus, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now got immediate reactions from many of the lawmakers who gathered in Washington, D.C. for the CBC's annual event.
Angela Rye shared why Black America should focus on our "what's now" problem manifested in GOP presidential nominee, Donald Trump.
The family reached a settlement with Waller County for Sandra Bland's wrongful death, which includes an agreement on procedural changes.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is calling out the Republicans in North Carolina for making it harder for Black people to vote in the state. The state board of elections voted to reduce early voting hours in 23 counties. Back in 2008, early voting hours were increased in 70 counties. The board also slashed Sunday […]