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Essence Ventures, LLC, has kicked off 2018 by securing a major bag and giving Essence magazine control of its brand. There is power in the purse! Black women have reclaimed 100 percent control of Essence as Essence Ventures, LLC, announced today that it bought the magazine from Time Inc. The magazine’s president, Michelle Ebanks, is […]

Does President Donald Trump need a Black history lesson? Trump is scheduled to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Tuesday. It’s either the president’s latest misguided attempt to embrace the Black experience or it’s a staged photo-op for Black History Month. During his tour, Trump will likely view Emmett Till’s […]

The Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago conducted a survey of young adults that revealed many millennials don't believe President Trump will serve the interests of the Black community.

More single Black women are packing pistols. “There is a high uptick of African-Americans buying guns across the country,” said Philip Smith, president of the 14,000-member National African-American Gun Association. “We are enrolling members in gun clubs in record numbers and Black women are driving gun sales,” Smith said. “More women are buying guns and […]

In her new book "What Does it Mean to be White?," Dr. Robin DiAngelo hopes to educate America on race and White privilege.

According to the U.S. Census, by 2050, the United States will no longer have a clear White majority.

Bob Johnson says life could improve for African-Americans under a Trump administration.

Just before naming Steve Bannon as his administration's Chief Strategist, details of Trump's plan for "The African-Americans" emerged.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), more than 200 reports of hate-based intimidation and harassment have been filed since Election Day.

Watch highlights from Roland Martin and NewsOne Now's unprecedented six hours of election night coverage on TV One.

New national Black poll quantifies the political pulse of the African-American electorate ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

The US Labor Department found weekly earnings rose by nearly ten percent for full-time Black workers in the third quarter of this year--the fastest rate of growth since 2000.