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NewsOne this week visited Hillary for America headquarters in New York City's Brooklyn Heights community to meet five Black millennials working on the campaign.

Now that Biden has decided not to run, leaders are flocking to front-runner Hillary Clinton. To be sure, an endorsement from top elected officials during primary elections usually signifies who will be the Democratic and Republican presidential nominee.

A Clinton aide confirmed the agreement for NewsOne in an email statement, saying that her campaign will no longer accept contributions from federally registered lobbyists or PACs for private prison companies.

As the 2016 presidential race kicks into high-gear we decided to get in the groove by helping candidates pick their campaign theme songs.

On Thursday afternoon, talented singer/songwriter Janelle Monae, her artist Jidenna, and her Wondaland collective, continued to stand with the “Black Lives Matter” movement this week during a march in…

According to Wells' boyfriend, the father of her daughter, she left her house on the night of Aug. 6, 2012 and the car that the Detroit mother of two was driving was found a few days afterward with her clothes inside.

Black Lives Matter begins their rally at the SC Statehouse. http://t.co/r8NzbSesX0— Paul Zoeller (@pzoeller) July 18, 2015 When two hate groups took their place on the…

Engineer by training, artist from the heart. This is how Daniel Hibbert views his very intricate life. The Michigan native, Brooklyn-based artist held his first solo…

Creating a narrative for a young black queer children wasn’t hard for freelance writer turned author Myles Johnson. Pulling from his own life experiences, the…

Best-selling author and SiriusXM host Karen Hunter provided some interesting vantage points for the upcoming televised special “White In America,” a look into the current state of race…

Symbols Matter. Words Matter. That’s what one local entrepreneur, Frank Scurlock, reminded us of when he paid for skywriting during Jazz Fest. New Orleanians looked…