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Donald Trump's campaign plans to deploy 100,000 attorneys and volunteers across battleground states to monitor the counting of votes. The post Donald Trump’s Campaign Plans To Deploy More Than 100,000 MAGA Volunteers To Monitor The 2024 Election appeared first on NewsOne.

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As young Black Americans are feeling the stresses of the economy, this election year we ask ourselves, what are we voting for anymore? The post Why Are Young Black Americans So Apathetic About Electoral Politics? appeared first on NewsOne.

Disgraced ex-NYC Mayor and accused Trump RICO co-conspirator Rudy Giuliani said he left the Sept. 11 memorial early because Vice President Kamala Harris was there. The post Rudy Giuliani Says He Left 9/11 Memorial Ceremony Early Because Kamala Harris Was There appeared first on NewsOne.

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Society tends to celebrate the ascension of Black women to high-profile positions, but promotions are not without challenges. The post Black Women Are Breaking Barriers, Even As They Face Severe Headwinds appeared first on NewsOne.

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These events have been shown to be a form of “white backlash” working to keep Black officeholders out of power. The post ‘White Backlash’: America’s History Of Silencing Elected Black Officials appeared first on NewsOne.

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Kamala Harris has been a strong and constant voice on some of the most important issues of our time from voting rights to climate change. The post Op-Ed: Why Vice President Kamala Harris Is Good For America appeared first on NewsOne.

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In the context of pop culture and online discourse, "Karen" has come to symbolize a particular kind of entitlement and privilege. The post What Is A ‘Karen?’ Breaking Down The Pattern Of Entitled And Problematic Behavior appeared first on NewsOne.

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In all its wisdom, the Supreme Court has joyfully unleashed its wrecking ball of justice to obliterate the pesky affirmative action. The post OP-ED: The Supreme Court Is A True Maestro Of Regression appeared first on NewsOne.

Viral video shows a Philadelphia principal denying a Black graduate her diploma because she danced across the stage. Calm down, Karen. Let the young people have their moment. The post Diploma Karen: Video Shows Philadelphia Principal Denying Degree To Black Grad For Dancing Across Stage appeared first on NewsOne.

After the NAACP issued a travel advisory for Florida, these other states could use the same treatment due to their legislation and policies that disproportionately affect Black people.