Candidates include Minnesota School Board member Zuki Ellis and Republican hopeful Marla Helseth. The post Seven Black Women Are Campaigning To Become The First Black Woman In The Minnesota Senate appeared first on NewsOne.
For "good actors" to reach voters effectively, they need clear and consistent information about how to comply with the new 10DLC policies. The post Advocates Sound Alarm About New Texting Policy That Could Have Negative Impacts On Black Voter Outreach appeared first on NewsOne.
While the outcome is not surprising, the continued refusal of the legal system to hold Carolyn Bryan Donham responsible is nonetheless disheartening. The post Mississippi Grand Jury Finds ‘Insufficient Evidence’ To Charge Carolyn Bryant Donham In Emmett Till’s Killing appeared first on NewsOne.
The FBI searched Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort and now he's whining like a baby. Search warrants get executed every day, B. The post ‘My Beautiful Home’: Donald Trump Whines After The FBI Raided His Mar-a-Lago Resort appeared first on NewsOne.
North Carolina A&T State University is already known as the nation's top producer of Black engineers. So the transition to direct some of the talented people in their community into the clean energy sector could be almost seamless. The post NCAT Receives $23 Million to Help Diversify Clean Energy Field appeared first on NewsOne.
Marjorie Taylor Greene had a prayer session with a Jan. 6 convict, Brandon Straka, in a prop jail cell during a CPAC in Dallas. The post Marjorie Taylor Greene Prays With Jan. 6 Convict In Prop Jail Cell At Texas CPAC. No, I’m Not Making This Up appeared first on NewsOne.
Women of color are barely making ends meet because of the uncertain state of the economy. The post New Study Reveals Black Women Are Struggling Financially In Today’s Economy appeared first on NewsOne.
Weirich's defeat in a "red state" is a resounding victory for people advocating a criminal justice reform agenda. The post Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich Loses Re-election Bid Months After Aggressively Prosecuting Pamela Moses For Alleged Voter Fraud appeared first on NewsOne.
The three remaining Tulsa Race Massacre survivors will finally get the chance to make a case for why the massacre was a "public nuisance" and how it continues to impact the Black community. The post Judge Allows Tulsa Race Massacre ‘Public Nuisance’ Lawsuit To Move Forward appeared first on NewsOne.
Joey David George of Lynnwood was indicted by a federal grand jury for a hate crime and four counts of interstate threats. The post Lynnwood Man Charged With Hate Crime For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Black People At Site Of Buffalo Shooting appeared first on NewsOne.