Justice for Lai Dai Han

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Allegations are continuing to emerge that during the Vietnam War a number of Vietnamese women suffered sexual exploitation at the hands of some of the South Korean soldiers serving alongside US forces, and that as a result, many of these Read more

So Chrisette Michele Connected with Roland Martin After All

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JULY 01:  Recording artist Chrisette Michele attends the 13th Annual McDonald's 365Black Awards on July 1, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images)

CHRISETTE MICHELE SPEAKS OUT WITH ROLAND MARTIN IN FIRST INTERVIEW SINCE HER INAUGURATION PERFORMANCE. SHARES ON THE BACKLASH, HER PERSONAL LOSS AND HER NEXT MOVE! If you missed today’s episode of  NewsOne Now with Roland Martin, you missed an exclusive interview with Chrisette Michele! Read more

#FancysThoughts: That Time Jermichael Finley Forgot He IS Black

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Earlier this week, former Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley took to Twitter to share his disgruntled thoughts on Black players speaking on social injustice and politics, and his wife, who is white politely shut him down. In his Read more

Baltimore, Maryland, We’re Not Ratchet and We’re Not Thugs

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This interview with Sorcez Diniero, major independent recording artist, community activist, and Baltimore native, was conducted Thursday, April 30th, before State Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, announced that the policemen involved in the death of Freddie Gray would be charged. How are Read more

Ray Lewis Says Violence Is Not the Answer & Tells Young People To Get Off the Streets

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Former Baltimore Raven, Ray Lewis, posted this message  on his Facebook page to those rioting in Baltimore less than an hour ago. I’ve got a message for the rioters in Baltimore. Posted by Ray Lewis on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Read more

#BLACKWORKMATTERS: The New Outcry

  While #BlackLivesMatter above all else, #BlackWorkMatters as well. Across the country yesterday, minimum wage workers and those who understand their plight united for the cause of increasing minimum wage, #Fightfor15. Organized by Black Youth Project 100, rallie took place Read more