Ben Fields

One of the Spring Valley High School students arrested last year is raising awareness about girls in the school-to-prison pipeline. Niya Kenny has graduated and now interns for a social justice nonprofit.

Following the horrific #AssaultAtSpringValley, the AAPF gathered a diverse panel of voices including students, educators and scholars to discuss how racial gaps in disciplinary policies foster an ineffective learning environment.

Joining the many talking heads discussing the termination of school resource officer Ben Fields for his excessive handling of a Black student at a South Carolina high school, two Fox 26 Houston guests squared off in a fiery debate that reveals everything that's wrong with how Black communities are portrayed in America.

Students at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina staged a walk-out in support of fired Deputy Ben Fields who assaulted and arrested a…

The sheriff's office and the FBI are investigating the assault of a teen at Spring Valley High. Here's how you can protect your family.

The students at Spring Valley High School are on the road to getting criminal records in what Rashad Robinson, executive director of online civil rights group ColorOfChange.org, calls the "perfect example of the school-to-prison pipeline."

NewsOne’s Top 5 gives you a quick rundown of the viral stories we’re talking about today. Spring Valley Student Allegedly Hit Ben Fields In Altercation,…

During the conference, Lott repeatedly failed to answer basic questions specifying what the student had done to warrant being disciplined in the first place.

What has been revealed is that Ben Fields has been sued twice in federal court, with a one case going to jury trial at the top of next year.

Based on a viral video of Deputy Officer Ben Fields assaulting a Black female high school student, a local sheriff has requested that the SC FBI and the US Justice department intervene for an independent investigation.

On Tuesday, Roland Martin, former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder, and the NewsOne Now panel discussed Comey's comments and his explanation that increasing crime rates are a result of cops being afraid to do their jobs because they don't want to be video taped.