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This exclusive first listen to a new Biden Campaign radio ad is a reminder of the president's administration's accomplishments for Black Americans. The post Exclusive First Listen: New Biden-Harris Radio Ad Spotlights ‘Promises Kept’ To Black America appeared first on NewsOne.

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Tim Scott defended "junk fees" and said he is "not sure" if consumers mind unknowingly paying for hidden surcharges. Yes, really. The post Tim Scott Defends ‘Junk Fees,’ Says He’s ‘Not Sure’ If Consumers Are Against Hidden Surcharges appeared first on NewsOne.

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Florida Rep. Byron Donalds was dragged by the Congressional Black Caucus for saying Black families are worse off now than they were living under Jim Crow laws. The post ‘Jim Crow’: Congressional Black Caucus Rips Byron Donalds For Saying Black Families Were Stronger Under Racist Laws appeared first on NewsOne.

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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed controversial Senate Bill 189 into law which critics say it will make it "more difficult" for voters to cast ballots. The post Georgia Bill That Makes Voting ‘More Difficult’ Signed Into Law Amid ACLU Threat To Sue appeared first on NewsOne.

Trump-appointed federal judges shut down a newly drawn Louisiana congressional map that added a new majority-Black district. The post Trump Judges Overturn Louisiana’s New, Less Racist Congressional Map So White People Aren’t Discriminated Against appeared first on NewsOne.

Alabama lawmakers approved a bill prohibiting paid assistance with absentee ballot applications and another restricting DEI programs. The post Alabama Republicans Pass Bills That Encourage ’Voter Suppression’ And Ban DEI Programs appeared first on NewsOne.

Researchers conducted a study that found students are not negatively impacted by anti-racism programs in schools. The post Study Finds No Increase In Stress Among High School Students Who Participated In Anti-Racism Program appeared first on NewsOne.

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Meet Adrianne Todman, the Deputy HUD Secretary who will be acting HUD Secretary once Marcia Fudge's resignation takes effect. The post Adrianne Todman Named Acting HUD Secretary After Marcia Fudge Announces Resignation appeared first on NewsOne.

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Black leaders showered HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge with gratitude after she announced her unexpected resignation from President Joe Biden's cabinet. The post Black Leaders Shower Marcia Fudge With Gratitude After HUD Secretary Announces Surprise Resignation appeared first on NewsOne.

Republican Missouri Sen. Eric Schmitt blocked promoting a highly decorated Air Force officer because the veteran once called out systemic racism. The post GOP Senator Blocks Promoting Decorated Air Force Colonel Who Addressed Military’s ‘Blind Spots’ On Race appeared first on NewsOne.

The NAACP's Black Policy Agenda highlights the pressing concerns of Black Americans ranging from health care and voting rights to police reform. The post NAACP Releases Its ‘Black Policy Agenda’ For Biden To Still Fulfill appeared first on NewsOne.

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Darryl George, the Texas teen suspended for his locs hairstyle, was a special guest at the 2024 State of the Union address. The post State Of The Union: Darryl George, Black Student Suspended Over Locs, Attends Biden’s Address appeared first on NewsOne.