She spent part of her day Thursday speaking with families eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program in North Carolina. The post ‘It’s Not Real Until It Hits The Streets’: VP Harris Touts Benefits Of Affordable Connectivity Program appeared first on NewsOne.
In addition to reaffirming its commitment to supporting teachers, students and families, the union made space to address pressing issues such as the fights for reproductive rights and Democracy. The post Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III Calls Teachers ‘Forgers Of A Moral Imagination For This Democracy’ At 2022 AFT Convention appeared first on NewsOne.
Now two years later, amid attacks on Democracy and the rolling back of rights both men fought for, there is strength in remembering their words and work. The post Commentary: Remember John Lewis And C.T. Vivian And Commit To Protecting Democracy appeared first on NewsOne.
Black people in Appalachia are finally getting the recognition they deserve. The second episode of the W. Kamau Bell series "United Shades of America" travels to Central Appalachia to share the stories of Black people living and thriving in the region. The post ‘United Shades Of America’ Episode Centering Black Appalachians Elevates People And Places Erased By White Narratives appeared first on NewsOne.
Tops Friendly Markets, the Buffalo supermarket where Payton Gendron killed 10 Black people and injured several others has reopened its doors Friday, with hopes that residents will return. The post As Buffalo Supermarket Reopens, Community Fears More White Supremacist Attacks appeared first on NewsOne.
Michael Cox, the officer who was viciously beaten by Boston Police in the 90s, will now help to "revitalize" the city's controversial Police Department as commissioner, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Wednesday morning. The post Michael Cox, Who Was Once Brutalized By Boston Cops, Becomes Police Commissioner appeared first on NewsOne.
Finding answers is like connecting dots. Since I am a Black American and Morris was likely a name given to my ancestors, I began my dot connecting there. The post Why My Ancestors Might Not Have Been Slaves appeared first on NewsOne.
Vice President Kamala Harris called the task force "an important step in safeguarding access to reproductive health care for women across the country." The post Justice Department Launches Reproductive Rights Task Force In Abortion Aftermath appeared first on NewsOne.
Almost 70 years since the landmark Brown v. Board of Education and an Alabama school district is still being challenged on persisting segregation and discrimination. The post Alabama Judge Approves Consent Order In Madison County School District Desegregation Case appeared first on NewsOne.
As more Black people exercise their right to bear arms, some believe it could be the catalyst for more deadly police shootings. The post Gun Ownership And Law Enforcement’s Fear Of Black Men appeared first on NewsOne.
President Biden has the ability to mandate mass debt relief for millions of Black students, but will he finally deliver on his promise come August? We'll just have to wait and see. The post What Happened To Biden Cancelling Student Loan Debt For HBCU Students? appeared first on NewsOne.
Akron Police Chief is concerned about mass resignations due to online misinformation stemming from the shooting death of Jayland Walker.