Civil Rights & Social Justice

LeBron James No Longer Cowboys Fan Over Team's Stance On National Anthem Protest

A community was devastated yesterday after a St. Louis school shooting left a teacher and a student dead and seven others injured. The post Father Of St. Louis School Shooting Victim Speaks Out: ‘Alexandria Was My Everything’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Bronny James is following his dad's successful path to financial greatness. The post Like Father, Like Son: Bronny James Lands NIL Deal With Beats by Dre appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

Shaw University President Paulette Dillard accused Spartanburg County deputies of racial profiling for stopping the HBCU's bus in South Carolina. The post HBCU President Accuses South Carolina Cops Of Racial Profiling For Searching Students’ Bus appeared first on NewsOne.

Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, revealed chilling details from his 911 during an episode of Red Table Talk. The post For The First Time, Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend Shares Chilling Details From 911 Call Leading To Her Death appeared first on NewsOne.

Rose Brown filed a federal lawsuit against the University of North Carolina alleging racial discrimination and retaliation. The post Black Woman Kicked Out Of UNC’s Business School After Speaking Up About Discrimination, Lawsuit Claims appeared first on NewsOne.

The three remaining Tulsa Race Massacre survivors will finally get the chance to make a case for why the massacre was a "public nuisance" and how it continues to impact the Black community. The post Judge Allows Tulsa Race Massacre ‘Public Nuisance’ Lawsuit To Move Forward appeared first on NewsOne.

Muhammad Karim confronted an employee at a Texas Dillard's about him saying the n-word, which his son overheard. The post Why Is It On Us To Remain Calm In The Face Of Racism? Black Man Confronts Dillard’s Employee Over Racial Slur appeared first on NewsOne.

Gray and Nash are among 17 recipients who will be honored with the prestigious award. Both made an indelible mark on the civil rights movement. 

Dana Dorsey was a bustling real estate mogul who built a massive wealth fortress by acquiring land and real estate throughout Miami.

Two Colerain High School students in Cincinnati made a mockery of prejudice by taping "Whites only" & "Blacks only" signs on water fountains.

In today's HBCU U-Know spotlight, Rock-T is honoring Alabama State University graduate, Ralph Abernathy.