2020 is a year of change… and you are the change that’s needed! Join us on our Facebook pages for One Vote Ohio – a real discussion on voting Wednesday, September 30th at 7pm. Join Joy 107.1’s very own Yaves Ellis, Sam Sylk of Cleveland’s 93.1 WZAK and Tropikana of Cincinnati’s 101 The Wiz along with surprise […]
If the Supreme Court can’t do it who will? The NAACP is jumping over legal hurdles to get police reform into action and not just talk about it. NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) is asking the Supreme Court to overrule a decision in Alabama that gave immunity to an officer who tased a […]
NAACP gets ready to fight one of the president’s pawns. Ben Carson just brought on a fight against the NAACP when it comes to fair housing for low-income families. NewsOne Now reports the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development has been on a mission since day one to prevent low-income families with proper housing. […]
The civil rights group is preparing for a long fight. The N.A.A.C.P. voted Friday that they will not bring back current President Cornell William Brooks after his contract expires in June. Sources are claiming that the organization is looking to appeal to the younger generation and prepare to push back at President Donald Trump. Via The […]
Rachel Dolezal became the face for challenging identity and beliefs when it was discovered that she was a white woman, living her life and identifying as a black woman. After publishing a book, receiving major backlash and becoming the laughing stock of the Internet, Dolezal is now speaking out about her current life conditions, revealing […]
Check out some of her most inspiring quotes. The NAACP Image Awards airs February 11 on TVOne.
The president of the Mississippi chapter of the NAACP is calling for a federal hate crime investigation into an incident in which he claims a noose was placed around the neck of a Black high school football player.
The NAACP’s Legal Defense Fund is the first civil and human rights law firm, established in 1940 by late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. The early seeds of the LDF can be traced to the year before when prominent Black attorney Charles Hamilton Houston helped bolster the NAACP’s legal department. Houston, a former vice-dean and dean […]
The last week has not been a pleasant one for gossip daytime talk show host Wendy Williams, and today she had to deal with the aftermath of her inflammatory and controversial statements regarding her opinion on HBCUs and the NAACP. NewsOne Now host Roland Martin was one of Wendy Williams’ harshest critics last week when […]
Wendy Williams is notorious for her brash and often rude comments regarding the world of celebrities, which is applauded by some as just mindless celebrity gossip. However, today the daytime talk show host may have just dug herself a verbal hole that will be very hard to escape from. During this morning’s show while […]
Harry S. Truman, the 33rd President of the United States, addressed the NAACP on this day in 1947. President Truman was the first sitting president to address the organization and is viewed as the nation’s first civil rights president. Truman’s speech to the NAACP was aired publicly on radio and took place at the Lincoln […]