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

Pro-Trump group Citizens for Sanity spent more than $90 million on an ad campaign to combat "anti-white" racism. The post Pro-Trump Group Spends More Than $90 Million On Ad Campaign To Combat ‘Anti-White Racism’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Devin Brown will become the first Black woman to kayak solo down the Mississippi River, which begins at Lake Itasca and extends to the Gulf of Mexico. The post Devin Brown Set To Become 1st Black Woman To Kayak Down The Mississippi River From Start To Finish appeared first on NewsOne.

During a House committee meeting, Jasmine Crockett roasted Marjorie Taylor Green for making a remark about her eyelashes. The post Jasmine Crockett Roasts Marjorie Taylor Greene’s ‘Bleach Blonde Bad Built Butch Body’ After ‘Fake Eyelashes’ Remark appeared first on NewsOne.


Texas officials formally recommended a gubernatorial pardon for Daniel Perry after he was convicted of murder during a BLM protest. The post Parole Board ‘Unanimously’ Says Murderer Who Drove Into BLM Protesters And Shot 1 To Death Should Be Pardoned appeared first on NewsOne.


Virginia State University would have been the first HBCU to host a presidential debate. The post Virginia State University Dropped From Presidential Debates Schedule After HBCU’s Historic Selection appeared first on NewsOne.

Angela Alsobrooks will be the first Black woman to represent Maryland in the U.S. Senate if she can defeat Republican Larry Hogan. The post Angela Alsobrooks Will Be Maryland’s First Black Woman U.S. Senator If She Can Beat A So-Called ‘Moderate’ Republican appeared first on NewsOne.

The City Of Buffalo honored victims with a memorial sculpture located outside of the Tops supermarket where the racist shooting took place two years ago. The post ‘It’s Still So Traumatic’: Buffalo Dedicates Memorial To Victims 2 Years After Racist Mass Shooting appeared first on NewsOne.

Universities in Texas say they have eliminated hundreds of jobs and programs to comply with the state’s ban on DEI programs and initiatives. The post Texas Universities Cut Hundreds Of Jobs And Programs Related To DEI Initiatives appeared first on NewsOne.

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What the current downsizing moment should tell everyone who is a Black journalist, writer or creative is that for all the challenges being faced, there is also the opportunity to demonstrate incredible muscularity, resilience and adaptability. The post Career Pivots For Out Of Work Black Journalists appeared first on NewsOne.