Cornel West, the noted scholar and activist, has announced his third-party candidacy for president of the United States in the 2024 election. The post Cornel West Announces Presidential Campaign Seeking 3rd Party’s Nomination appeared first on NewsOne.
At a CNN town hall event Wednesday night, Donald Trump used a racist dog whistle to refer to Capitol Police Lt. Michael Byrd, the Black cop who shot Ashli Babbitt, as a "thug."
White House domestic policy adviser Susan Rice announced she will be stepping down, prompting Joe Biden to honor her "tireless efforts" in working "to get important things done for the American people."
Vice President Kamala Harris gave an emotional speech at Cape Coast Castle, Ghana's historic slave trading post. Read the full speech here. The post Read Kamala Harris’ Moving Speech From Cape Coast Castle, Ghana’s Historic Slave Trading Post appeared first on NewsOne.
Vice President Kamala Harris made her triumphant arrival in Ghana on Sunday as she begins a weeklong stay in Africa in an effort to help deepen "enduring" ties to the United States. The post Ghana Gives Kamala Harris The Red Carpet Treatment As VP Kicks Off African Tour appeared first on NewsOne.
Rep. Robert Alex Andrade proposed HB 999, which bans college and university programs in Florida that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, possibly including Black fraternities and sororities. The post Anti-DEI Bill Would ‘Prohibit’ Black Fraternities And Sororities In Florida, Lawmaker Worries appeared first on NewsOne.
Joe Biden referred to Maryland Gov. Wes Moore as "boy" in a speech, prompting right-wing media to present that as proof of the president's racism. It was Biden's latest in an ongoing series of racial gaffes. The post Biden Refers To Wes Moore As ‘Boy’ In Speech, Right-Wing Media Pounces appeared first on NewsOne.
Rep. Byron Donalds, who was called "a prop" during the House Speaker race, vowed that Republicans will impeach Joe Biden. The post GOP ‘Prop’ Byron Donalds Says Republicans Are Taking Steps To Impeach Biden appeared first on NewsOne.
As candidates line up to fill Rep. Donald McEachin's seat, Jennifer McClellan could make history as the state's first Black Congresswoman. The primary is on Tuesday. The post Virginia Could Elect Black Woman To Congress For First Time As Candidates Line Up To Fill Rep. McEachin’s Seat appeared first on NewsOne.
Incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock narrowly edged the upstart Republican candidate to pave the way for a full six-year term in the U.S. Senate. The post Warnock Beats Herschel Walker To Win Tight Georgia Senate Runoff Election appeared first on NewsOne.