As we've completed the first quarter of 2024 and begin Black Women History Month Black, here are a few Black women who have made positive monumental moments in history around the world so far this year!


Microaggressions are subtle, often unintentional comments, snubs, or actions that communicate derogatory or negative messages towards marginalized groups. The post What Are Racial Microaggressions? How To Recognize Subtle Racism appeared first on NewsOne.

Harvard’s first Black President, Claudine Gay, resigned Tuesday after claims of plagiarism and backlash from a congressional hearing. The post Claudine Gay Cites ‘Racial Animus’ As Harvard’s 1st Black President Resigns appeared first on NewsOne.


African Americans are the most generous philanthropists, statistics show. The post Giving Tuesday: Contrary To Popular Belief, Black Folks Have Been Philanthropists ‘Since The Beginning Of Time’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Here are some tips for getting through challenging moments. The post Tips For Managing Grief During The Holidays appeared first on NewsOne.

It costs more money to live on your own than it does to share your space with a partner. This is known as the “singles tax.”  The post The ‘Singles Tax’: Nearly Half Of Black Americans Are Single And It’s Burning Holes In Their Pockets  appeared first on NewsOne.

More than a dozen faith leaders in Richmond have announced their support for Richmond Grand. The post Richmond Faith Leaders Call Richmond Casino Resort On The Ballot ‘Exciting’ appeared first on NewsOne.

The Isley Brothers will be headlining at the Richmond Grand Day Party, drawing attention to the vote to add a proposed resort and casino. The post Isley Brothers Headline Day Party Drawing Attention To Upcoming Vote For ‘Grand’ New Casino Resort In Richmond appeared first on NewsOne.

Sheneen McClain, the mother of Elijah McClain, had some poignant words after the split verdict for officers in the death of her son.  The post ‘My Soul Still Cries’: Elijah McClain’s Mother Reacts To Split Verdict For Aurora Officers In Son’s Death appeared first on NewsOne.


SBGWC announced its collaboration with Grammy Award-winning megastar and humanitarian Megan Thee Stallion and her organization. The post Southern Black Girls And Women Consortium Partner With Megan Thee Stallion’s Foundation For #BlackGirlJoyChallenge appeared first on NewsOne.


Cultural appropriation isn't new. The post Happy Indigenous People’s Day! A List Of Things White People Have ‘Columbused’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Environmental racism is defined as environmental injustice that occurs within a racialized context both in practice and policy. The post Environmental Racism: How Racist Policies Around Climate Affect Black People appeared first on NewsOne.