Color of Change
Voter suppression in America is forcing Black communities to push back and endure long lines to cast ballots.
The Color of Change PAC has launched a program to mobilize Black voters beyond just getting high voter turnout.
A new report says the federal government is using social media to monitor and crack down on Black activists around the country.
With the 2016 presidential election just around the corner, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now examined a survey that focused on the intersection of race and police community relations with the hope of gaining some insight into what is driving opposing sides away from a normalized co-existence. One question that resonated with those surveyed and with those who […]
Tuesday marks the final multi-state primary before the Republican and Democratic national conventions. Voters in California, North Dakota, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota will head to the polls to voice their choice for the presidential nominees for their respective parties. The Associated Press is reporting that Hillary Clinton already has reached the magic number […]
On Wednesday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin asked Rashad Robinson, Executive Director of Color of Change, what led the organization to ascertain documentation about Black activists was being surveilled by government officials.
Roland Martin caught up with director Ava DuVernay during the Color Of Change’s 10th Anniversary Gala. During their chat, DuVernay discussed the relaunch of The…
This past weekend Saturday Night Live poked fun at the controversy around the paucity of Black women cast members over the years, with an opening…
GOP Voter Suppression In America Brings Out A ‘Fight-Back Spirit’ In The Black Community
#VotingWhileBlack: Color Of Change Launches Black Voter Digital Outreach Initiative
Why Is The Federal Government Using Social Media To Track Black Activists?
Will A Trump Or Clinton Presidency Help Improve Community Police Relations?