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Georgia Rep. Hank Johnson is totally in favor of a special prosecutor investigating the classified documents found and linked to President Joe Biden. But he's also "suspicious" of the "timing" when they were found and suggested they may have been "planted." The post ‘Suspicious’ Rep. Hank Johnson Suggests Classified Documents Linked To Biden May Have Been ‘Planted’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Bob Spindell, a member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, praised low voter turnout in Milwaukee and the targeting of Black voters in an email leaked to the media. The post Wisconsin GOP Election Official Boasted Of Targeting Black Voters For Low Turnout, Leaked Email Shows appeared first on NewsOne.

Bennie Thompson said the Jan. 6 Committee that he chaired could serve "as a model" for Brazil to investigate its own insurrection. The post Jan. 6 Committee Could Serve ‘As A Model’ For Brazil After Insurrection, Bennie Thompson Says appeared first on NewsOne.

Nassau County Republican officials called on George Santos to resign after he admitted to lying about his background, but he has refused. The post George Santos Refuses To Quit Congress Amid Calls From New York Republicans To Resign Over Lies appeared first on NewsOne.

As long as racism persists in education, students of color may never be able to completely avoid racial battle fatigue. The post Overcoming Racial Battle Fatigue: How Black People Can Minimize Race-Induced Stress appeared first on NewsOne.

TV One's Urban Honors is back with another year to celebrate the icons of the culture! Check out the purple carpet arrivals of the honorees, performers, and more!

The exhibition is currently on display at the National Civil Rights Museum and will be there until March 20, 2023. The post New Photo Exhibit Spotlights Intersections Of Racism, UNC And Black People appeared first on NewsOne.

Through its Rooted in Good initiative, Curaleaf prioritizes sharing wealth and opportunities with those disproportionately impacted by the War on Drugs. The post Cannabis Company Curaleaf’s First Impact Report Shows Strong Equity Commitment appeared first on NewsOne.

One of the biggest HBCU celebrations of the year is poised to happen this summer, but with a cultural twist.  The post HBCU Community To Take Over Barbados This Summer At FABA Fest appeared first on NewsOne.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene had the nerve to play Dr. Dre's "Still D.R.E." in a video bragging about helping Rep. Kevin McCarthy win the Speaker race. The producer wasn't feeling it. The post Dr. Dre Says He ‘Ain’t A Fan’ Of Marjorie Taylor Greene Using His Music In Video appeared first on NewsOne.