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BY: NISHA THOMAS This new makeshift “black people only” food cart has caused much indigestion just this past Thursday in the Bronx. People seem to be outraged and onlookers have called this most recent movement a stunt on...

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Jay Z Goes From Drug Dealer to Venture Capitalist

February 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

BY: NISHA THOMAS Hip-hop mogul Jay Z is now entering into the world of venture capital. According to Axios’ Dan Primack, the famous rapper and husband of singer Beyoncé is now preparing to launch a...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Just this past President’s Day, Newsone hosted an inaugural ‘Barack Obama Day’ event on the campus of Morehouse College. The special day was marked with a symposium that featured many African American...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS  An Alabama barber by the name of Isaac White, Sr. just may know more about shape-ups than the flyest young barber that you know today. The 97-year-old Mississippi native has been cutting...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Richard Allen was a minister, educator, writer and one of America’s most effective and influential black leaders. Back in 1794 he’d founded the first African Methodist Episcopal Church, which is an independent...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Emmett Louis Till, of Chicago, Illinois, was a young African American teenaged boy who was murdered in Mississippi at the tender age of 14-years-old after a white woman lied and claimed that...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Isaac Woodard was an African American World War II vet, who found himself being attacked just hours after he was honorably discharged from the United States Army on February 12, 1946. Woodard...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Do you believe that homicide could ever be justified in the court of law? Well, according to many, homicide is more justifiable when killing young black children than it is against white people, or...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Are black people being bullied by white supremacy? Our friend Dr. Boyce Watkins seems to think so. Check out the video below and share your thoughts:...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Vernon Johns was a well-known African American minister of several black churches in the South, as well as a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement. He has been best known as the...

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