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women’s history month post

NewsOne Featured Video CLOSE Source: ANDREW HARNIK / Getty UPDATED: 6:00 a.m. ET, March 1, 2021 The month of March is recognized as Women’s History Month and is dedicated to the celebration of everyday women, as well as pillars and pioneers whose accomplishments have allowed for following generations to feel empowered to constantly break barriers. […]

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Ahmaud Arbery Anniversary Post

Source: Sean Rayford / Getty UPDATED: 5:00 a.m. ET, Feb. 23, 2021 The killing of Ahmaud Arbery was seemingly covered up twice: once by his accused murderers and their apparent accomplices in law enforcement, and once by the subsequent high-profile deaths of other unarmed Black people to the hands of preventable police violence. But taken […]

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A Tribute To The Legendary Sidney Poitier

NewsOne Featured Video UPDATED: 9:27 a.m. ET, Feb. 20, 2021 — Actor, director, writer, and diplomat Sidney Poitier has enjoyed an iconic career that spans the better part of 50 years. Poitier is the first Black person to win an Academy Award for Best Actor back in 1964 for his role in “Lilies Of The […]

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Courtside Karen Post

NewsOne Featured Video CLOSE UPDATED: 7:45 a.m. ET, Feb. 2, 2021 — One of the many byproducts of the coronavirus pandemic has been the very predictable emergence of white women amplifying their privileges when it comes to exerting their purported moral authorities in reaction to the public health crisis. The people consistently at the center of […]

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Black History Month Post

From the moment enslaved Africans were kidnapped and brought to the land that went on to be called the United States, there has been Black history in America. Black folks have overcome obstacle after obstacle to continue making that same history in the face of adversity. So with Black History Month upon us, there may be […]

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Kobe Bryant Super Feature Post

NBA legend Kobe Bryant, 41, was tragically killed in a helicopter crash on January 26, 2020, along with his daughter Gianna, 13, and seven other passengers. The devastating crash resulted in a collective, sober mood for weeks, capping multiple journeys of lives that many felt were unfairly cut short. Bryant captivated the hearts and minds […]

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Kamala Harris Inauguration Post

NewsOne Featured Video CLOSE Source: JIM WATSON / Getty Joe Biden‘s presidential inauguration has literally been a long time coming. The career politician first ran for president back in 1988 and now, more than three decades later, he’s finally set to take the oath of office he’s long been eyeing. Conversely, the rise of Kamala […]

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#ChristmasWithBlackFamilies Is Still A Must-Watch For The Holidays

NewsOne Featured Video It’s officially Christmas day and we’re celebrating making it through 2020, which has been a year to remember to say the least. While some of us won’t be able to be near our loved ones, we can all agree that Christmas with Black families is its own unique experience, which is the […]

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Sharpton Op-Ed

Source: Michael Stewart / Getty New York City, the nation and the world lost a gentle giant and a champion for equality this week. The death of former Mayor David Dinkins is a loss difficult to encapsulate in words, for he was a remarkable leader who in many ways laid the groundwork for Blacks to […]

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Biden Cabinet Gallery Post

UPDATED: 2:50 p.m. ET, Nov. 20 — Joe Biden‘s yet-to-be-named presidential cabinet could very well just come down to being a case of basic math. The President-Elect has vowed to assemble a group of executive leaders for the government’s federal departments that “looks like America,” an ambiguous pledge that, between the lines, carries the connotation […]

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Down Ballot Post

Jaime Harrison, Democratic candidate for South Carolina senate | Source: Tom Williams / Getty The world is watching with collective anxiety as the United States holds what sure seems like the most consequential presidential election in modern history. But as Donald Trump and Joe Biden wage a war of words against each other amid a […]

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Voter Suppression Live Updates Post

UPDATED: 9:28 a.m. ET — One polling place in Ohio reportedly is experiencing complete outages for “all” of its voting machines. A local journalist tweeted a photo from the First Baptist Church precinct in Bellbrook, a suburb of Dayton. More than 64 miles away, “the Franklin County Board of Elections was not able to upload […]

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Every Receipt Proving Candace Owens Is A Con Artist Who Is Following The Money

Source: CSPAN screenshot UPDATED: 1:35 a.m. ET, Sept. 7 — Fresh off of being snubbed by Republicans — the party to which Candace Owens has pledged her unreciprocated allegiance — the woman who once sympathized with Adolf Hitler and has repeatedly blamed Black men for getting killed by police is now resorting to publicly attacking […]

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DNC Speakers Post

Source: Stacy Revere / Getty With all of the months of protests against racism and an overall racial reckoning purportedly taking place across the United States, one could be forgiven for expecting to hear from more Black voices at this year’s Democratic National Convention (DNC). A closer look at the list of speakers scheduled to […]

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