Chronic stress can have a disproportionate impact on the health of Black individuals. The post The Silent Strain: How Chronic Stress Impacts Black People’s Health appeared first on NewsOne.
The Isley Brothers will be headlining at the Richmond Grand Day Party, drawing attention to the vote to add a proposed resort and casino. The post Isley Brothers Headline Day Party Drawing Attention To Upcoming Vote For ‘Grand’ New Casino Resort In Richmond appeared first on NewsOne.
SBGWC announced its collaboration with Grammy-award-winning megastar and humanitarian Megan Thee Stallion’s organization The post Southern Black Girls and Women Consortium Partner With Megan Thee Stallion’s Foundation For #BlackGirlJoyChallenge 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.
Activists in Jackson, Mississippi, are trying to join a federal lawsuit against the city after claims a judge is ginning up racial division. The post Jackson Water Crisis: Activists Blast Judge After Claims He Is ‘Pitting Black Against White’ appeared first on NewsOne.
On Tuesday, hundreds of residents rallied outside City Hall demanding that the city begin to roll out reparations recommendations. The post ‘Bill Is Due’: San Francisco Advocates Urge City To Take Action On Reparations Recommendations appeared first on NewsOne.
Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson, Cynthia Wesley and Denise McNair were killed 60 years ago in the 16th Street Church bombing by the KKK in Birmingham, Alabama, on Sept. 15, 1963. The post 16th Street Baptist Church Birmingham Bombing Photos, Then And Now 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.
Following a racist mass shooting carried out by a white supremacist in Jacksonville, these moving photos show a community healing, protesting and demanding change. The post Pray For Jacksonville: Moving Photos Show Florida Healing From Deadly White Supremacist Violence appeared first on NewsOne.
Recent polling indicates that Donald Trump retains a commanding lead in the race for the 2024 Republican Party presidential nomination. The post New Survey Breaks Down Who Actually Likes Donald Trump appeared first on NewsOne.
It's been two weeks since Jenesis Dockery was shot and killed at her babysitter’s house, but her family is still searching for answers. The post GoFundMe Launched For 8-Year-Old Black Girl Shot In Head By Babysitter’s Son appeared first on NewsOne.
Confederate monuments burst into public consciousness in 2015 when a shooting at a historically Black church in Charleston, South Carolina. The post Research Suggests Confederate Monuments Correlate With Low Voter Turnout Among Black Communities appeared first on NewsOne.