From King to O'Reilly, the irresponsible dissemination of a whitewashed history, which many believed to be powered by Donald Trump's xenophobia, seems to dominate the internet. But is this type of rhetoric, while not new, fueled by the upcoming election?
NewsOne spoke with Christina Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University, about how Democrats performed overall at the convention and particularly on two key issues facing African-Americans: Women's empowerment, and police killings and gun violence.
The former secretary of state strongly made the case why she deserves to America's next Commander In Chief.
While Hillary Clinton prepares to accept a historic nomination as the first women presidential candidate of a major party – a move that will shatter the proverbial glass ceiling – the diversity of the women at the helm of the Democratic National Convention cannot be ignored. Women of color have not only graced the stage in primetime speaking […]
POTUS delivered a powerful and convincing speech on why Donald Trump cannot be elected and why Hillary Clinton should be the next President of the United States.
"He is trying to tell us he cares about the middle class. Give me a break. That is a bunch of malarkey."
This is just another example of glaring ignorance, bigotry, and mansplaining. A true journalist's responsibility is to uncover the facts, not disseminate a watered-down narrative of an inconvenient truth.
The 2016 Democratic National Convention is officially underway and kicked off Monday night with a bang, courtesy of FLOTUS Michelle Obama. Now going into day two, some well-known names in Hollywood have decided to band together to take down Republican nominee Donald Trump once and for all. Many may not want to admit it, but […]
After months of a grueling campaign, Hillary Clinton made history Tuesday night by clinching the Democratic party nomination for president. The news was met with enthusiastic applause following a 90-minute roll call vote, according to the Los Angeles Times. It was a far cry from Monday’s booing of Clinton at the first night of the […]
FLOTUS had the crowd in tears as she stressed what this election means for our children and why she's standing with Hillary Clinton.
Obama is expected to discuss the importance of the presidential role in relation to America's children--how it inspires ethics and goal setting. Pundits also expect her to intertwine her working class upbringing, emerging as one of the most powerful women in the world, to Clinton's trajectory and her fitness for the presidency.
Spurred by the resignation of chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz after a weekend Wikileaks email dump revealed a bias against Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, his supporters and advocates of civil disobedience infiltrated the streets of Philadelphia in droves, chanting, "We are the 99 percent" and "Feel the Bern!"