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“Don’t trust the state” to fix the water crisis, Jackson Mayor Lumumba told residents. The post Jackson Can’t ‘Trust’ Mississippi To Fix Water Crisis, Mayor Says Amid Calls For Civil Rights Investigation appeared first on NewsOne.

The Mississippi welfare scandal has sparked calls for Brett Favre to be removed from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But can that even happen? The post Mississippi Welfare Scandal Sparks Calls For Brett Favre To Be Kicked Out Of Football Hall Of Fame appeared first on NewsOne.

A review conducted by PEN America shows no other state in America has banned more books from school libraries than Texas. The post No Other State Has Banned As Many Books As Texas Over The Last Year, Report Shows appeared first on NewsOne.

Through all the drama, Mayor LaToya Cantrell says she is still focused on solving the problems facing New Orleans.  The post New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell Remains ‘Focused’ Amid Travel Criticisms And Recall Threat appeared first on NewsOne.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has passed away. She was 96. According to her family, the Queen "died peacefully" on Thursday, September 8.

Black businesses in Jackson, Mississippi are living in a nightmare, but they are fighting to save their dreams. The post Black Businesses In Jackson Feel The Hit As Water Crisis Continues To Impact Residents appeared first on NewsOne.

Cory Patterson, the Tupelo, Mississippi pilot who threatened to crash a stolen plane, in 2019 posted a Facebook photo of Donald Trump, a new report says. The post Mississippi Pilot Who Threatened Suicidal Crash Previously Posted Trump Photo On Facebook: Report appeared first on NewsOne.

No charges will be filed against Indiana police officers after they killed Dante Kittrell who was going through a mental health emergency.  The post Dante Kittrell Shooting Death Ruled Justified, Black Man Killed By Police During Mental Health Crisis appeared first on NewsOne.

The U.S. Postal Service closed its Montpelier Station post office with signs for "White" and "Colored" entrances. Some residents are upset. The post Virginia Officials, Residents Mad USPS Closed Post Office With Historical Signs For ‘Colored’ Customers appeared first on NewsOne.

If people want to be upset about comparison points during slavery, they don’t have to look any further than Justice Samuel Alito’s majority opinion in Dobbs. The post Commentary: Anti-Abortion Proponents Have Their Roots In Pre-Emancipation Era White Supremacy And Efforts To Control Black Bodies appeared first on NewsOne.