The US Labor Department found weekly earnings rose by nearly ten percent for full-time Black workers in the third quarter of this year--the fastest rate of growth since 2000.
Black Women "are the most powerful voters in the electorate," said Carmen Berkley from the AFL-CIO. "We have to be willing to throw our weight in and make sure we get the candidates that we need."
Plus, Kentucky House Candidate refuses to apologize for racist posts about President Obama and Hillary Clinton taps rapper Pusha T for voter registration drive.
Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now, recently sat down with Belafonte and criminal justice activist Carmen Perez for an exclusive interview to discuss Belafonte's upcoming music and arts festival, Many Rivers to Cross.
President Barack Obama again defended Colin Kaepernick's right to protest during CNN's presidential town on Wednesday night.
POTUS told the crowd, "This national museum helps to tell a richer and fuller story of who we are."
Plus, Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby is released on $50,000 bond and POTUS stresses that discrimination in the justice system should be a concern for all.
Opal Lee is so serious about Juneteenth becoming a national holiday that she is traveling to the White House on foot to deliver a petition to President Obama.
After Pres. Obama's final address as President of the United States to the Congressional Black Caucus, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now got immediate reactions from many of the lawmakers who gathered in Washington, D.C. for the CBC's annual event.
Donald Trump may have inadvertently re-energized Hillary Clinton’s supporters by once again deliberately disrespecting President Barack Obama. In one arrogant sentence, Trump managed to anger many in the African-American community, which included the entire Congressional Black Caucus during its annual legislative conference in Washington, D.C. “President Barack Obama was born in the United States,” Trump […]
Plus, Nigerian president apologizes for plagiarizing President Obama's past speech and six Rikers prison guards given prison time for beating an inmate.