Video, which was captured by a bystander, shows Jacksonville officers detaining and arresting Le'Keian Woods, 24, after a traffic stop. The post Video Of Black Man ‘Beaten By Multiple’ Florida Cops Goes Viral As Family Demands Justice appeared first on NewsOne.

The death of longtime Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein has left many wondering who will fill her very important senate seat. The post Black Women Governor Newsom Could Appoint To Fill Diana Feinstein’s Senate Seat  appeared first on NewsOne.

Hurricane season is approaching, a many Black families can be disproportionately impacted during this dangerous time of year. The post It’s Hurricane Season: How Black Neighborhoods Can Prepare For Upcoming Storms appeared first on NewsOne.

It's been two weeks since Jenesis Dockery was shot and killed at her babysitter’s house, but her family is still searching for answers. The post GoFundMe Launched For 8-Year-Old Black Girl Shot In Head By Babysitter’s Son appeared first on NewsOne.

According to CNN, on July 26, Rev. Tommie Jackson was hit by Stamford police officer Zachary Lockwood around 4:12 p.m.  The post Black Pastor Dies After Being Hit By Police Patrol Car In ‘Unimaginable Tragedy’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Tameka Foster recently launched a petition dedicated to cleaning and restoring Lake Lanier after her son's death 11 years ago. The post Tameka Foster Wants To Save Children From The Horrors Of Georgia’s Lake Lanier appeared first on NewsOne.

AI systems heavily rely on vast datasets to learn patterns and make predictions. Unfortunately, historical data is often plagued with biases and have elements of systemic racism baked within. The post The Intersection Of AI And Anti-Blackness: Unraveling The Complex Problem appeared first on NewsOne.

Here is the story of Six Triple Eight, a World War Two battalion of Black women who traveled to Europe to help solve a postal crisis. The post The Hidden Story Of Six Triple Eight: The Battalion Of Back Women Who Served In WWII appeared first on NewsOne.

Cops in Georgia are apologizing after using an image of a Black man as a target practice during a firearms training course. The post Georgia Cops Apologize After Using Black Faces For Target Practice During Firearms Course appeared first on NewsOne.

Lee Rose’s 1998 film 'The Color Of Courage' will be premiering on TV One Monday, June 19, 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on Juneteenth. The post Sipes v. McGhee: Exploring The Modern Impact Of Racially Restrictive Covenants appeared first on NewsOne.


A woman from the Columbus Ohio metro has been granted by Franklin County Courts over $9 million in damages after claiming she faced racial discrimination while working at the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Polaris Mall.

Why don’t Black people tip? This lingering stereotype has withstood the test of time, but it’s just not true.