Civil Rights & Social Justice

In honoring the life and legacy of late Rep. John Lewis, we must also honor these voting rights champions who are making "good trouble." The post John Lewis’ Undying Legacy: 10 Voting Rights Champions Making ‘Good Trouble’ In 2023 appeared first on NewsOne.

Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch wants to free Anthony Fox, a former Jackson cop who was convicted of beating to death 62-year-old George Robinson, who is Black. The post Mississippi Attorney General Wants To Free A Cop Convicted Of Beating A Black Man To Death appeared first on NewsOne.

NewsOne commemorates the lives and legacies of Black political prisoners who have defied oppression, fought for justice and inspired change. The post 10 Black Political Prisoners Who Transformed The Ongoing Fight For Freedom appeared first on NewsOne.

New York Rep. George Santos inexplicably compared himself to Rosa Parks in response to Mitt Romney saying he shouldn't be in Congress. The post George Santos Compares Himself To Rosa Parks After Being Told He Shouldn’t Be In Congress appeared first on NewsOne.

GoFundMe's policies are being questioned after an account for the French cop who killed an unarmed Black teen raised nearly $2 million. The post GoFundMe Policy Questioned After Nearly $2 Million Raised For French Cop Accused Of Murdering Black Teen appeared first on NewsOne.

White author Lois Banner said she wishes she was Black during the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians. The post White Author Claims Her Professional Life Would Have Been Easier If She Was A Black Woman appeared first on NewsOne.

White women for decades have benefitted the most from affirmative action, even thought they're among those who oppose it the most. It's not irony, it's just America. The post White Women Benefit The Most From Affirmative Action, So Why Was The SCOTUS Decision All About Race? appeared first on NewsOne.

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson gives a unique perspective on the Supreme Court's decision to end Affirmative Action. The post Read Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Full Dissent After SCOTUS Ends Affirmative Action appeared first on NewsOne.

California’s Reparations Task Force has completed its report and will deliver its final reparations proposal to the state’s legislature. The post Fate Of Reparations For Black Californians Now In The Hands Of Lawmakers And Gov. Gavin Newsom appeared first on NewsOne.

After murder charges were dropped against Carlishia Hood and her 14-year-old son, the Chicago mother is suing the city and police officers as online donations get refunded. The post Online Donations To Carlishia Hood Refunded As Mom Sues Chicago, Cops After Murder Charges Dropped appeared first on NewsOne.