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Heat is the most frequent climate-related killer in the United States, with more deaths associated with it than tornadoes, floods and cold temperatures. The post Youth Athletes Enduring Extreme Heat An Overlooked Area Of Environmental Injustice, Could Lead To Lawsuits appeared first on NewsOne.

Bobby DiCello, attorney for the Walker family, told reporters Wednesday that the DOJ needed to take over the investigation insinuating that the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation could not be trusted to reach a just conclusion. The post Jayland Walker’s Family Wants The DOJ To Takeover Investigation Into His Killing appeared first on NewsOne.

She spent part of her day Thursday speaking with families eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program in North Carolina. The post ‘It’s Not Real Until It Hits The Streets’: VP Harris Touts Benefits Of Affordable Connectivity Program appeared first on NewsOne.

If people want to be upset about comparison points during slavery, they don’t have to look any further than Justice Samuel Alito’s majority opinion in Dobbs. The post Commentary: Anti-Abortion Proponents Have Their Roots In Pre-Emancipation Era White Supremacy And Efforts To Control Black Bodies appeared first on NewsOne.

The Smithsonian’s NMAAHC will host its inaugural Hip Hop Block Party this summer. Read more details inside.

Summer is in full swing, but are the cookouts? Celebrate National Grilling Month with a trendy conversation regarding the future of grilling.

The rise and fall of Famous Amos is an unexpected story of great success and tragic downfall. Read more about Wally Amos’ story inside.

In addition to reaffirming its commitment to supporting teachers, students and families, the union made space to address pressing issues such as the fights for reproductive rights and Democracy. The post Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III Calls Teachers ‘Forgers Of A Moral Imagination For This Democracy’ At 2022 AFT Convention appeared first on NewsOne.

Now two years later, amid attacks on Democracy and the rolling back of rights both men fought for, there is strength in remembering their words and work. The post Commentary: Remember John Lewis And C.T. Vivian And Commit To Protecting Democracy appeared first on NewsOne.

Black people in Appalachia are finally getting the recognition they deserve. The second episode of the W. Kamau Bell series "United Shades of America" travels to Central Appalachia to share the stories of Black people living and thriving in the region. The post ‘United Shades Of America’ Episode Centering Black Appalachians Elevates People And Places Erased By White Narratives appeared first on NewsOne.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) play a vital role in shaping American culture. They provide opportunities and education to many highly successful young Black students and have propelled many students to accomplish great feats. The post Which HBCUs Are Located In North Carolina? appeared first on NewsOne.

Emergency officials in New York released a public service announcement to help residents prepare for a nuclear attack. Learn more inside.