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AI systems heavily rely on vast datasets to learn patterns and make predictions. Unfortunately, historical data is often plagued with biases and have elements of systemic racism baked within. The post The Intersection Of AI And Anti-Blackness: Unraveling The Complex Problem appeared first on NewsOne.


Here is the story of Six Triple Eight, a World War Two battalion of Black women who traveled to Europe to help solve a postal crisis. The post The Hidden Story Of Six Triple Eight: The Battalion Of Back Women Who Served In WWII appeared first on NewsOne.


The man, identified by family as Nathaniel Moody, was exiting I-95 onto Cottman Avenue on Sunday around 6 a.m.

On the third anniversary of the murder of George Floyd civil rights leaders mourn the loss of the Black man whose death sparked a movement.

Why don’t Black people tip? This lingering stereotype has withstood the test of time, but it’s just not true.

If you're wondering what the debt ceiling is and how it affects Black communities, you're not alone.

The passing of football legend and activist Jim Brown brought with it mixed emotions for many Black Americans.


Night club dancers in Los Angeles may become the first strippers in the U.S. to have union representation.

Small Doses host Amanda Seales explores the corrupt world of police gangs in LA County with investigative journalist Cerise Castle.

Memphis Grizzlies basketball star Ja Morant just can’t seem to leave the guns out of his Instagram videos.

Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X were long rumored to be foes but a new interview transcript revealed they shared a lot in common.

Let's examine past remarks that have earned Owens a reputation as an infuriating and polarizing commentator.