Civil Rights & Social Justice

A federal judge in Florida ruled that the state's congressional map violated Florida's Constitution by diminishing the Black vote. The post Florida’s Racist Congressional Map Rejected By Federal Judge As Gov. DeSantis’ Bad Run Continues appeared first on NewsOne.

Former Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio was sentenced to 22 years in prison for his involvement in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. The post ‘Fired On His Day Off’: Enrique Tarrio Gets 22 Years For Plotting Jan. 6 Riot He Didn’t Attend appeared first on NewsOne.

Judges ruled that Alabama legislators failed to re-draw their congressional map to increase Black voting power. The post Judges Reject Alabama’s Congressional Map, Which They Said Needs To Be Less Racist appeared first on NewsOne.

Ta'Kiya Young, a pregnant Black woman, was shot by a police officer in Blendon Township, Ohio, killing her and her unborn child. Her family is demanding to see the bodycam video. The post Why Did Police Shoot Ta’Kiya Young? Family Of Pregnant Black Woman Killed In Ohio Demands Justice appeared first on NewsOne.

With or without the boos, Ron DeSantis shouldn't have even shown up at the vigil in Jacksonville to honor the victims of the racist mass shooting. The post Jacksonville Has Every Right To Boo DeSantis At Vigil For Victims Of Racist Shooting appeared first on NewsOne.

Mainstream media outlets, politicians and law enforcement officials are calling the Jacksonville mass shooting "racially motivated" instead of racist. There's a difference. The post The Jacksonville Shooting Wasn’t ‘Racially Motivated,’ It Was Racist. There’s A Difference appeared first on NewsOne.

Future in Color launches a transformative Black economic blueprint to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington. The post Future In Color: Black Economic Blueprint Launches Ahead Of March On Washington 60th Anniversary appeared first on NewsOne.

A Mississippi judge ruled a mistrial in son-father Brandon and Gregory Case's murder cases for allegedly shooting at D’Monterrio Gibson, a Black FedEx driver. The post Mississippi Judge Declares Mistrial In Attempted Murder Case For White Men Accused Of Shooting At Black FedEx Driver appeared first on NewsOne.

In honor of the anniversary of the 19th Amendment being ratified, we spotlight notable Black women who have fought for to secure our right to cast ballots and participate in elections. The post Ratifying The 19th Amendment: Celebrating Black Women Voting Rights Champions appeared first on NewsOne.

From the Watts Riots to Attica Prison to Ferguson, Missouri to Los Angeles in 1991 to Minneapolis, these are some of the most notable Black uprisings in history. The post Revolution! 10 Notable Black Uprisings appeared first on NewsOne.

PragerU is trying to whitewash Frederick Douglass and America's choice to prioritize white supremacy over ending slavery. The post PragerU Curriculum Teaches That Frederick Douglass Agreed That Slavery Was A Necessary Evil appeared first on NewsOne.

Many Black people have responded to the brawl at Montgomery’s Riverfront Park by saying, "We are not our ancestors!" The post Op-ED: Saying ‘We Are Not Our Ancestors’ Is Disrespectful, Ahistorical And Dumb. Please Stop! appeared first on NewsOne.