poverty

Dolezal's life took a jaw-dropping dive after a local reporter in her Spokane, Washington, questioned her identity during a live news report in 2015.

The HuffPost forecast model shows Clinton has a 98.2 percent chance of becoming the nation’s next president and will likely win with 323 electoral votes.

On Monday, hundreds of people representing educators, civil rights and voting rights groups, labor, and environmental activists gathered at 30 state capitals across the country to demand change during the "Higher Ground Moral Day of Action" demonstrations.

August 2016 was Chicago’s deadliest month in nearly two decades, leaving the city’s streets riddled with shell casings and bloodshed from mostly African-American bodies.  According to the Chicago Police Department’s crime statistics, an astonishing 474 people were victims of homicide in 2016. In August alone, there were 92 deaths, a number slightly lower than July 1993 […]

Hillary Clinton and Paul Ryan have apparently reached across the aisle to support a ground-breaking anti-poverty plan.

House Speaker Paul Ryan and House Republicans are looking for ways to combat poverty in America and unveiled their plan to level the playing field for many impoverished Americans.

Jonna Ivin, Founder of STIR Journal, explains why poor White voters are chanting 'Trump, Trump Trump' in a new article.

Article By Esther Walker // EEW Magazine Global News Bishop TD Jakes, who has been in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, for a two-day leadership conference, says Africa is a rich continent that, with proper leadership, can eradicate poverty. While talking with President Hage Geingob about the recently-launched Harambee Prosperity Plan at State House, the […]

African-American kids from rich families are more likely to go to prison than White kids from underprivileged households.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now took an in-depth look at Sunday night's CNN/TV One Democratic Town Hall.

Rep. Conyers, a Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee, explained, “The number of high poverty urban neighborhoods in the nation’s largest cities have tripled over the last 40 years.”

Where is New Orleans 10 years later, take a look at this infographic to see how Hurricane Katrina affected the beloved city.