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The Nigeria Cultural Parade & Festival -  Saturday, October 1, 2022, in Downtown Houston at Root Memorial Square, 1400 Clay Street. The parade starts at 10:00 AM and if you can't make it down, don't worry, we'll be offering a LIVE STREAM of the event.

The Nigeria Cultural Parade & Festival -  Saturday, October 1, 2022, in Downtown Houston at Root Memorial Square, 1400 Clay Street. The parade starts at 10:00 AM and if you can't make it down, don't worry, we'll be offering a LIVE STREAM of the event.

Fans of East Coast rap were treated to rap royalty on Saturday (Sept 24) as Busta Rhymes, The Wu-Tang Clan and Nas took over The Toyota Center during the Houston stop of the New York State of Mind Tour. Busta was joined by his longtime partner-in-rhyme and dedicated hypeman Spliff Starr. The pair displayed a master class in the […]

On Friday, September 23rd, Bayou Place in Downtown Houston played host to the 100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston‘s 2022 Knights in Shining Armor Black-Tie Gala. It was an evening to remember: Featuring a live performance by R&B singer Eric Benet, special attendees included Mayor Sylvester Turner, U.S. State Representative Sheila Jackson Lee, NBA Hall of Fame Legend Tracy […]

NewsOne sat down with the Brooklyn-based maternal health advocate Chanel Porchia-Albert to learn more about the campaign and her journey in the doula industry. The post Chanel Porchia-Albert On Baby Dove’s New Doula Campaign, Improving Black Maternal Outcomes And Increasing Access To Care appeared first on NewsOne.

A read between the lines raises genuine issues often at odds with the values Republicans claim to protect. The post Commentary: New Republican ‘Commitment To America’ Is Out Of Step With Facts And What Voters Want appeared first on NewsOne.

As amended, the autopsy confirms that Elijah died due to "acute Ketamine administration during violent subdual and restraint by law enforcement and emergency response personnel." The post Elijah McClain’s Amended Autopsy Affirms Violent Arrest Caused His Death appeared first on NewsOne.

Walker’s corporation previously pledged that 15 percent of all profits would go to various non-profit charities. The post New Questions Raised About Herschel Walker’s Claim Of Donating Corporate Profits To Charity appeared first on NewsOne.

The widening Mississippi welfare scandal involving Brett Favre draws attention to the state's food stamp recipients, most of whom are Black and brown. The post What Brett Favre’s Welfare Scandal Means For Black People In Mississippi appeared first on NewsOne.

High School student Tauris Sledge is facing criminal charges in Tennessee through no apparent fault of his own, according to viral video footage. The post Tennessee Cops Charge Black Student In Brutal School Arrest Video Over A Game Of Kickball appeared first on NewsOne.

Critics on social media claimed news coverage of Celtics coach Ime Udoka eclipsed that of Brett Favre and the Mississippi welfare crisis, but is that true? The post Is Ime Udoka Really Getting More Coverage Than Brett Favre ‘Stealing’ Welfare Money From Mississippi? appeared first on NewsOne.

Bun B's Trill Burgers, the anticipated pop-up eatery, brought Houston residents in addition to travelers from as far as California to Houston's City Hall this past Sunday. The full Trill Burger menu has something for everyone: The OG Burger, The Grilled Onion Burger, and The Vegan Smashburger.