Civil Rights & Social Justice

Kyle Rittenhouse appeared to compare his situation to that of Jesus Christ on Twitter. Now, Twitter is dragging him for it. The post Twitter Drags Kyle Rittenhouse For Appearing To Compare Himself To Jesus Christ appeared first on NewsOne.

Five New Haven police officers have been charged with second-degree reckless endangerment and cruelty in the Richard 'Randy' Cox case. The post 5 Officers Charged With Reckless Endangerment After Randy Cox Is Paralyzed During Police Fan Transport appeared first on NewsOne.

Questions regarding justice for HBCU Bomb threat victims are still lingering as we head toward the end of the calendar year. The post HBCU Bomb Threats: Juvenile Facing State Penalties FBI Says appeared first on NewsOne.

Herschel Walker claimed Donald Trump "did more for the African American community than the last four presidents put together." The post Herschel Walker Says Trump Did The Most For Black People. Here’s Why He Doesn’t Know What He’s Talking About appeared first on NewsOne.

Experts say Black social media users might be instrumental in seeking justice for Shanquella Robinson, who died in Cabo, Mexico. The post Black Social Media Could Make All The Difference In Seeking Justice For Shanquella Robinson appeared first on NewsOne.

The Atlanta City Council approved a $1 million settlement payment for the family of Rayshard Brooks, who was killed by Officer Garrett Rolfe. The post Family Of Rayshard Brooks Awarded $1 Million Settlement To Be Paid By City Of Atlanta appeared first on NewsOne.

Louisiana State Police released the video that showed a struggle between Derrick Kittling and Deputy Rodney Anderson before the shooting. The post Louisiana Deputy Who Shot Derrick Kittling Identified. Louisiana State Police Release Dash Cam Video appeared first on NewsOne.

Anti-LGBTQ+ violence is a part of a plague of hate engulfing the nation. The post Watch: Writer-Activist Raquel Willis Adds Needed Context To Colorado Springs Conversation appeared first on NewsOne.

Tracy McCarter’s fate now lies in the hands of state Supreme Court Judge Diane Kiesel. The post Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Drops Charges Against Black Domestic Violence Survivor appeared first on NewsOne.

According to the groups, some data practices lead to "serious civil rights violations." The post Racial Justice Groups Demand FTC ‘Monitor The Monitors’ And Rein In Abusive Surveillance appeared first on NewsOne.