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LeBron James is calling out the hypocrisy Black athletes sometimes face when dealing with reporters and the media. The post LeBron James Calls Out Media For Not Asking Athletes About The Jerry Jones Photo appeared first on NewsOne.

On this Veterans Day, never forget how the role Black soldiers have played while fighting foreign wars for the U.S. is sorely understated. The post Veterans Day: 100 Vintage Photos Of Black Soldiers Fighting Wars For America appeared first on NewsOne.

From comedians to rappers, many famous Black people have served in the United States military. The post Happy Veterans Day! 15 Famous Black Folks Who Served In The Military appeared first on NewsOne.

Takeoff’s shooting death has raised some concerns about Texas’ extremely lax gun laws and the city of Houston’s rising homicide rate. The post Rapper Takeoff’s Shooting Death Spotlights Loose Gun Laws In Texas Where ‘Everybody Is Armed’ appeared first on NewsOne.

At one point during the conversation, Martinez even calls a Black child a little monkey and says he deserves a "beatdown" as a way to tame his allegedly wild behavior. The post Los Angeles City Council President Called Her Collegeaue’s Black Son A Monkey In Racist Tirade appeared first on NewsOne.

NewsOne sat down with the Brooklyn-based maternal health advocate Chanel Porchia-Albert to learn more about the campaign and her journey in the doula industry. The post Chanel Porchia-Albert On Baby Dove’s New Doula Campaign, Improving Black Maternal Outcomes And Increasing Access To Care appeared first on NewsOne.

Born Ahmed Obafemi, Zulu is best known as rapper Ludacris’ manager and a well-respected member of the Atlanta music community. The post Chaka Zulu, Atlanta Music Executive And Disturbing Tha Peace Records Co-Founder, Charged In Connection With June Shooting appeared first on NewsOne.

The attorney also encouraged people to stop electing "tough on crime" prosecutors and judges and for the media to ask more questions of people impacted by the system. The post Viral Twitter Thread Spotlights Case Of Alabama Teen Jailed For Sexting appeared first on NewsOne.

The Commission on Civil Rights was formed to help investigate voting and civil rights issues impacting the American people. The post US Commission On Civil Rights Celebrates 65 Years Of Service appeared first on NewsOne.

Wanting to take a temperature check on society makes sense, but Gallup concludes that because American attitudes have shifted, it correlates to meaningful change. But a Gallup article interpreting the findings did acknowledge that people simultaneously thought civil rights for Black people have not improved and new civil rights laws need  The post Support For Interracial Marriage At Record High But Doesn’t Translate To Broader Issues Of Equality appeared first on NewsOne.

Introduced earlier this year by a former police officer, HB 2319 prohibits individuals from recording police within eight feet. While the law contained a few exceptions, the ACLU of Arizona and media organizations maintained it was unconstitutional. The post Federal Judge Prevents Arizona Law Limiting Recording Police From Taking Effect appeared first on NewsOne.

For Black girls, the more segregated the school, the likelihood of having drunk alcohol rose at twice the rate it did for Black boys. The post Black Youth At Segregated Schools More Likely To Use Alcohol appeared first on NewsOne.