me too. International announced the launch of its new initiative "Love Letters," which will focus on supporting survivors of sexual violence. The post me too. Launches ‘Love Letters’ Campaign With Heartfelt Message To Black Men appeared first on NewsOne.
Microaggressions are subtle, often unintentional comments, snubs or actions that communicate derogatory or negative messages towards marginalized groups. The post What Are Racial Microaggressions? How To Recognize Subtle Racism appeared first on NewsOne.
In a shocking turn of events, Doja Cat’s family is thrust into the spotlight as her mother files a restraining order petition against her brother, alleging that he “knocked out” the singer’s teeth. The disturbing incident sheds light on the complexities of fame and the private struggles that often accompany it. The world of celebrity […]
For members of the Black community, water is connected to a troubled history of barriers, stemming from systemic racism, exclusion and limited access to pools and swimming education. The post Breaking Down The Stereotype: Why Can’t Black People Swim? appeared first on NewsOne.
Harvard’s first Black President, Claudine Gay, resigned Tuesday after claims of plagiarism and backlash from a congressional hearing. The post Claudine Gay Cites ‘Racial Animus’ As Harvard’s 1st Black President Resigns appeared first on NewsOne.
After a grueling nine-month process, jury selection in the trial of rapper Young Thug will begin this week. The post The Young Thug RICO Trial: A Timeline Of Events In The Case appeared first on NewsOne.
It costs more money to live on your own than it does to share your space with a partner. This is known as the “singles tax.” The post The ‘Singles Tax’: Nearly Half Of Black Americans Are Single And It’s Burning Holes In Their Pockets appeared first on NewsOne.
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.
Black residents in Georgia known as the Gullah Geechee are worried that zoning changes could push landowners out of their homes. The post Georgia’s Gullah Geechee In Trouble As Zoning Changes Could Mean The ‘Destruction Of The Culture’ appeared first on NewsOne.