With his big influence on Black culture, in addition to having thousands of fans that've been rocking with him since his 1996 debut album, is it responsible for a man of Busta Rhymes stature to be saying to his fans, "F*ck your mask!" during a show?

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NewsOne has gathered a playlist of songs dedicated to all the aunties who like to get their groove on at summer family barbecues and cookouts, even with social distancing.


There are still many parallels today with what Frederick Douglass described in his speech to white America delivered on July 5, 1852.

As justice for the murder of Nipsey Hussle continues to get underway, the new lawyer for his alleged killer, Eric Holder, is now claiming his client has a history of mental illness that could affect his conviction.

The Olympics hasn't even started yet, and its anti-blackness is on full display.

The triumphant track star who won over hearts with her poise and athletic ability has been suspended from the Olympic team for one month after testing positive for marijuana.


Here are five things to know about the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as the country observes the 57th anniversary of the historic legislation.

Thurgood Marshall, the first Black justice to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, would have celebrated his 113th birthday on July 2. He died in 1993, but his legacy lives on through quotes like these we've compiled.