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NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Black Women Protest GOP Slow Walking Of Loretta Lynch Confirmation

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Black Women Protest GOP Slow Walking Of Loretta Lynch Confirmation

Black Women March On Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Office In Support Of Loretta Lynch It has been more than 130 days since Loretta Lynch was nominated to be the next Attorney General of the United States. On Thursday, 20 prominent African American women arrived at the offices of of Sen. Mitch McConnell to protest the GOP’s […]

Taraji P. Henson Apologizes To Police Over Racial Profiling Claim

Taraji P. Henson Apologizes To Police Over Racial Profiling Claim

Source: L.A. Ross / TheWrap “Empire” star Taraji P. Henson issued an apology late Friday to the Glendale Police Department for accusing an officer of racially profiling her son during a traffic stop last fall. “I would like to publicly apologize to the officer and the Glendale Police Department,” Henson said in an Instagram post. […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Cops Gone Wild: Detroit Police A Beat Black Man After Running Stop Sign

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Cops Gone Wild: Detroit Police A Beat Black Man After Running Stop Sign

Cops Gone Wild: Detroit Police Officers Beat Black Man After He Ran A Traffic Sign Another disturbing video of police violence shows Detroit officers beating an African-American man during a traffic stop after he ran a red light on January 28. When 57-year-old Floyd Dent was pulled over, officers yanked him out of the car with guns […]

At Fox News Channel, Harris Faulkner Has A Growing Presence

At Fox News Channel, Harris Faulkner Has A Growing Presence

Source: Brian Steinberg / Variety Bill O’Reilly or Megyn Kelly reach more viewers in a single hour than nearly anyone else on Fox News Channel, but are they as busy as Harris Faulkner? Faulkner, 49, has quietly become an almost ubiquitous presence at the 21st Century Fox-owned network, hosting an hour of “Fox Report Weekend” on Sunday evenings as […]

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Introducing The Multicultural Super Consumer

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: Introducing The Multicultural Super Consumer

According to a new report by Nielsen titled “The Making of a Multicultural Super Consumer,” “Multicultural consumers” are taking their place at the core of the United States population and are beginning to flex their power as a major economic force in America. Cheryl Pearson-McNeil, SVP U.S. Strategic Community Alliances and Consumer Engagement at Nielsen, joined Roland […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: SBA Focuses On Black Women, Nielsen Examines The Role Of Multicultural Super Consumers

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: SBA Focuses On Black Women, Nielsen Examines The Role Of Multicultural Super Consumers

SBA Launches LINC, Empowering African American Women Business Owners In February, the Small Business Administration launched LINC—Leveraging Information and Networks to Access Capital. According to SBA.gov, LINC is a simple way to connect prospective SBA lenders to small businesses in need of capital. “Once you fill out the form, your business information will be sent to participating […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: DOJ Report Blasts Philly Police Department

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: DOJ Report Blasts Philly Police Department

DOJ Report Blasts Philly Police Department, What Does This Say About The Nation’s Law Enforcement Agencies?   The Philadelphia police department is the latest law enforcement agency facing federal scrutiny from the Department of Justice. The Justice Department has identified nearly 50 areas within the Philly police department that need improvement. In a preemptive step, Philadelphia Police Chief […]

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: School Choice The Black Choice

Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: School Choice The Black Choice

In this edition of “The Roland Martin Show” R8B Singer / Songwriter Sevyn Streeter talks about her new single, “Don’t Stop The Fun,” new CD, “On the Verge” & how she is inspired to write. Roland Martin discusses school choice and how to fix broken educational systems around our country. All that and more in […]

First African American Woman To Become LAPD Lieutenant Dead At 83

First African American Woman To Become LAPD Lieutenant Dead At 83

Source: Matt Hamilton / Los Angeles Times Marion Hellenkamp, the first black woman to reach the rank of lieutenant with the Los Angeles Police Department, has died, police officials announced Monday. She was 83. On Dec. 11, 1961, Hellenkamp, then 30, became an officer with the department. During a career that spanned 26 years, she worked […]

President Obama’s Niece Threatened Before Princeton-Maryland Game

President Obama’s Niece Threatened Before Princeton-Maryland Game

Source: Matt Wilhame / Los Angeles Times A threat made against President Obama’s niece, Leslie Robinson, a forward for the Princeton Tigers, prompted increased security at Monday’s NCAA tournament game between Princeton and Maryland, according to USA Today. The Maryland Athletics Department reportedly received a voicemail Monday from a woman who said that a man with a […]

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