In March, The Black Girl Magic Museum will open at the Southwest Center in Dallas. The post The Black Girl Magic Museum In Dallas Will Honor Black Women Who Made History appeared first on NewsOne.

Maxine Waters isn't afraid to call Donald Trump out on his petty antics. The post Maxine Waters Trolls Trump Over Rihanna Super Bowl Criticism appeared first on NewsOne. The campus of North Carolina State University is in mourning once again, as a female student was found dead of an apparent suicide inside her dorm on Saturday, February 11. As reported by WRAL, authorities found the student, an undergrad in NC State’s engineering program, deceased in Sullivan Hall. This marks the 8th on-campus death since […]

Joe Biden’s State of the Union address will highlight Black Americans whose lives have been drastically affected by police brutality. The post State Of The Union Guests Highlight Black Americans Affected By Police Brutality appeared first on NewsOne.

Harris drew a sharp contrast with the extremist approaches in many state legislatures as well as House Republicans themselves. The post Vice President Harris Delivers Fierce Speech Commemorating 50th Anniversary Of Roe v. Wade appeared first on NewsOne.

Her son, Harvey Kennedy, confirmed that his mother died on Tuesday (Jan. 17) of natural causes, in her home in Winston-Salem. She was 98.

As students return to campus, they are encouraged to mask up, amid an expected rise in cases of COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses.

The exhibition is currently on display at the National Civil Rights Museum and will be there until March 20, 2023. The post New Photo Exhibit Spotlights Intersections Of Racism, UNC And Black People appeared first on NewsOne.

The state’s high court found that maps drawn by the state’s majority-controlled Republican legislature were racial gerrymandering. The post State Supreme Court Orders South Carolina Legislature To Draw New Map appeared first on NewsOne.

North Carolina Health Officials will soon release new data that will show if cases of Influenza and COVID-19 spiked over the holidays. 

A Black man was arrested and jailed in November after a facial recognition algorithm falsely accused him of committing crimes. The post Black Man Jailed After An Algorithm Falsely Accuses Him Of Stealing Designer Handbags, Lawyer Says appeared first on NewsOne.