Teen Manhandled By Police For ‘Trespassing’ In School Gym

The teen says he did nothing wrong, but complied because he didn't want to get shot. By A. Woods, NewsOne Laval Stephens is a 16-year-old sophomore...

Georgia death row inmate whose appeal dragged on dies in prison

By David Steele, The Grio A man on Georgia’s death row since 1991 had won a stay of execution from the U.S. Supreme Court just...

Youth to present soul-stirring foot stomping gospel fest – Jan. 25

F.A.M.E. Afterschool Program of First A.M.E. Church invites the Gary community to attend the F.A.M.E Youth Gospel Explosion on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at...

Is Dr. King’s Dream Being Denied or Deferred?

Disparities in Housing Perpetuate Racial Wealth Gap By Charlene Crowell Once again, the only federal holiday honoring a person of color was celebrated across the nation. The...

They’re Going to Disney World!

By Elaine Hegwood Bowen, MSJ Five Chicago-area students are among the outstanding group of 100 teens selected for the 2020 Disney Dreamers Academy, an all-expenses-paid...

Lack of transparency, deception showed state-controlled-district’s real intentions of closing Roosevelt...

Recommendation to close Roosevelt nothing new By Erick Johnson First came the good news. The state decided to end its flawed takeover that wasted more than...

Largest gift in Howard University history to fund science and technology

By Lauren Lumpkin, The Washington Post A $10 million gift — the largest in Howard University’s roughly 150-year history — will allow the school to...

Mattel Reaches Out to 9-Year-Old Fashion Designer

By Selena Hill, Black Enterprise Nine-year-old Nevaeh Woods of Macomb County, Michigan, is one step closer to realizing her dreams of becoming a fashion designer. Woods...

What you need to know about the Wuhan coronavirus

By Cassie Richardson, health enews contributor, A news service from Advocate Aurora Health U.S. and Chinese health officials are investigating the causes of a new...

As impeachment process proceeds, remember that elections have consequences

By Vernon A. Williams Only the most optimistic citizens enthusiastically believe that the overwhelming majority Republican U.S. Senate will buck party lines and be persuaded...