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A grand jury recommended there should be multiple counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree charged against one of the three Louisville police officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor more than six months ago.

The announcement comes more than six months after Taylor's death.

A video showing police violence against an unarmed Black man in Georgia was going viral after the cops beat the suspect bloody and unconscious for reportedly "not having his ID."

Jacob Blake has now recovered enough to speak out and talk to those who fought for him and social justice as a whole during this difficult time.

To get the answers, we have to go back more than 100 years.

Happy Labor Day Weekend, family! The countdown to homecoming is on and this year we’re bringing the fun to you with  #OneYard, the ultimate and first-ever virtual HBCU Homecoming experienc

The democratic process of voting has long excluded people based on what is known as criminal disenfranchisement laws—meaning each state has regulations that strip a person’s right to vote if they have a past felony conviction.

Police frequently encounter people with psychiatric disabilities when someone calls 911 about a person acting unusually in public. If police perceive that person as potentially violent, the situation can quickly escalate.

The Georgia Election Officials have created a new website that will allow any Georgia resident to request an absentee ballot

Here are five voter suppression tactics to watch out for before the 2020 elections.

One week after the hallways of the Paulding County high school went viral when a student took and uploaded a picture of the crowded area that featured many students without masks, weeks after the country debated on whether students should physically return to school or continue online learning.

Radio One has partnered with local black businesses in Atlanta to create a “Buy Black Atlanta” directory identifying black businesses in the metro Atlanta area,