Civil Rights & Social Justice

Georgia officers Nicholas Malagon and Noah Maack were allowed to resign after they were caught beating Black man, Montavious Smith. The post Not Fired: Georgia Cops Caught On Video Beating Black Man, Then Lying About It, Are Allowed To Resign appeared first on NewsOne.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

Four years after her police killing, Breonna Taylor's life continues to matter because she deserved to live. The post Breonna Taylor’s Life Mattered Because She Deserved To Live Her Life To The Fullest appeared first on NewsOne.

Republican Missouri Sen. Eric Schmitt blocked promoting a highly decorated Air Force officer because the veteran once called out systemic racism. The post GOP Senator Blocks Promoting Decorated Air Force Colonel Who Addressed Military’s ‘Blind Spots’ On Race appeared first on NewsOne.

Alabama is accused of voter suppression after more than 6,000 voters in a Black voting district received incorrect voting information. The post Super Tuesday Voter Suppression Suspected In Alabama’s Newly Drawn Black Voter District appeared first on NewsOne.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

The family of a Deacon Johnny Hollman Sr. will sue Atlanta and the former cop who tased him to death, lawyers said. The post RIP Johnny Hollman: Family Suing Atlanta, Ex-Cop In Taser Death Of Black Deacon After Minor Car Accident appeared first on NewsOne.

A fentanyl trafficking charge was dropped against Micah Washington, who was tased by Reform police Officer Dana Elmore. The post Justice For Micah Washington: Drug Charge Dropped For Black Man Tased While Handcuffed During Viral Arrest appeared first on NewsOne.

As the good reverend steps down from his leadership role at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, we commemorate the career of a civil rights icon who has always been able to "keep hope alive." The post Photos Of Jesse Jackson Through The Years: The Legacy Of A Civil Rights Leader 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.

The social media celebration of Sandra Bland's 36th birthday helped draw attention to all the ways her legacy lives on nearly eight years after her controversial in-custody jail death. The post All The Ways Sandra Bland’s Legacy Lives On appeared first on NewsOne.