Civil Rights & Social Justice

Former Brunswick District Attorney Jackie Johnson, who was indicted for hindering Ahmaud Arbery's case, has gotten her court date. The post Former Prosecutor Jackie Johnson Receives Court Date In Ahmaud Arbery Case appeared first on NewsOne.

Experts say Black social media users might be instrumental in seeking justice for Shanquella Robinson, who died in Cabo, Mexico. The post Black Social Media Could Make All The Difference In Seeking Justice For Shanquella Robinson appeared first on NewsOne.

The Atlanta City Council approved a $1 million settlement payment for the family of Rayshard Brooks, who was killed by Officer Garrett Rolfe. The post Family Of Rayshard Brooks Awarded $1 Million Settlement To Be Paid By City Of Atlanta appeared first on NewsOne.

According to the groups, some data practices lead to "serious civil rights violations." The post Racial Justice Groups Demand FTC ‘Monitor The Monitors’ And Rein In Abusive Surveillance appeared first on NewsOne.

Chief U.S. District Judge Mark Walker blocked part of Ron DeSantis' "Stop WOKE Act" calling it “positively dystopian.” The post Florida Judge Blocks Gov. Ron DeSantis’ ‘Stop WOKE Act’ For The 2nd Time Calling It ‘Positively Dystopian’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Musk allegedly broke commitments to civil rights groups when he reinstated the former president after the results of a Twitter poll. The post Civil Rights Leaders Call Out Trump’s Twitter Reinstatement After ‘Garbage’ Poll appeared first on NewsOne.

The city has been fighting accountability for over 100 years. The post Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors Push City To Repair Past Harm appeared first on NewsOne.

A 41-year-old Black man from Greensboro, North Carolina suffered extreme excessive force at the hands of Camden County corrections officers.

A viral video shows a Pflugerville teacher tell students near Austin that white people are the "superior" race. The teacher was not fired. The post Not Fired: ‘Racist’ Texas Teacher Who Told Students White People Are ‘Superior’ Keeps Job, For Now appeared first on NewsOne.

Incarcerated Black liberation movement elder Dr. Mututu Shakur has been granted an early release from prison amid declining health. The post Movement Elder, Political Prisoner Mutulu Shakur Finally Granted Parole appeared first on NewsOne.

Derrick Kittling, a Black driver killed at a traffic stop, is the brother of a top state police official. The post Black Driver Who Louisiana Cop Shot ‘In The Head’ Is Brother Of Top State Police Leader appeared first on NewsOne.

Election Day saw Tennessee vote in favor of prohibiting slavery and involuntary servitude as punishment for crime, bot not everyone said yes.