State of Emergency

There are many opinions that can be had about the state re-opening on Friday, but one thing that is a result of the Governor’s actions is that he said testing for COVID-19 would be better accessible. As of April 23rd, 4 new testing sites are available. Those sites are: Greenbriar Mall (2841 Greenbriar Pkwy SW, […]

On March 15th, 2020, the 60th Mayor of Atlanta, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has declared a state of emergency for the city. This declaration also notes that large gatherings of 250 people or more are now prohibited. This comes as the Center for Disease Control & Prevention has stated that they recommend that for the […]

The coronavirus epidemic is changing the calendar for schools, businesses, and now the government at large. Georgia officials have postponed the March 24th presidential primary due to the spread of COVID-19. The election will now take place May 19th. Georgia now becomes the second state to postpone their election due to concerns over the spread […]

In one weekend, a coalition of plumbers may have done more for the city of Flint than the government has in the past year.

Local police have the authority to continue to surveil the St. Louis area for at least another night.

Protestors including Johnetta Elzie, DeRay Mckesson and Cornel West have been arrested.

Missouri State Rep. Maria Chappelle-Nadal spoke with Roland Martin and the “NewsOne Now” Straight Talk panel on Tuesday to discuss Gov. Jay Nixon declaring a…

Civil rights icon, Rep. John Lewis joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” to discuss what is currently happening in Ferguson, Gov. Jay Nixon declaring a…

The beef between Russell Simmons and Bill Cosby continues. The two were attendees at the recent Jackie Robinson Annual Awards dinner. Simmons wanted to speak with Cosby to end their feud which began when Simmons criticized Cosby’s 2009 “State Of Emergency” project, which included a rap album. Simmons wrote a post on GlobalGrind.com about their […]