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CJR has created a tool that could help Americans better understand racial biases in the media coverage of missing people.  The post If You Went Missing, How Many Americans Would Know Your Story? appeared first on NewsOne.

The murder trial for Aaron Dean is set to begin on Monday. The post Murder Trial Begins For Aaron Dean, Ex-Cop Who Killed Atatiana Jefferson appeared first on NewsOne.

"We're not vote shaming; we're vote encouraging," said Amanda Hollowell of When We All Vote. The post When We All Group And ACLU Of Georgia Lead Coalition Tour Ahead Of Runoff Election appeared first on NewsOne.

The initiative will run through Dec. 4 in Montgomery,  Selma, and Birmingham. The post AIDS Memorial Quilt Makes Its Way To Alabama appeared first on NewsOne.

The police chief said he spoke with Takeoff’s mother Friday morning and thanked the family for their patience. The post Houston Police Arrest Man Accused Of Killing Takeoff appeared first on NewsOne.

A Mississippi man pled guilty to hate crime charges for burning a cross to intimidate a Black Family. The post Cross-Burning White Supremacist Pleads Guilty To Federal Hate Crime appeared first on NewsOne.

Merriam-Webster adds ‘gaslighting’ as its word of the year. Read more details on Webster’s latest addition inside.

CNN has published some interesting poll numbers showing that Raphael Warnock still holds a slim lead over Herschel Walker. The post Poll Shows Sen. Raphael Warnock Still Holds Slim Lead Over Herschel Walker appeared first on NewsOne.

Barack Obama dragged Herschel Walker during a campaign rally in Atlanta for incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock. The post Barack Obama Didn’t Have To Roast Herschel Walker Like This, But We’re Glad He Did appeared first on NewsOne.

The Mississippi Poor People’s Campaign released a statement this week regarding DOJ's decision to intervene in the Jackson water crisis. The post Activists Call DOJ’s Plans To Fix Jackson’s Water Crisis ‘The Beginning Of A Victory’ appeared first on NewsOne.

A world without Black Twitter is a world void of information sharing on police brutality within the Black community. The post Will The Fall Of Black Twitter Make It Harder To Call Out Police Brutality? appeared first on NewsOne.

The unique class will feature a virtual workspace where teachers and students can gather for lectures and coursework. The post Morehouse To Offer Groundbreaking Black History Course In The Metaverse appeared first on NewsOne.