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The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is partnering with Facebook for the Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship. NABJ will receive $250,000 in scholarship grant funding to disperse to promising student journalists during the next five years. Prospective applicants must be enrolled juniors, seniors, or graduate students at an accredited university in the United States, and […]

A Facebook group is looking to change negative perceptions surrounding Black fathers.

Three teenagers in Mississippi have been arrested and charged with kidnapping and sexual assault after posting a “gut wrenchingly horrific” video of sexual attack to Facebook. On Wednesday, Haleigh Alexis Hudson, 19, Ezzie Johnson and Kadari Fabien Booker, both 17, were detained on charges of felony kidnapping and felony kidnapping and sexual assault, respectively, the Sun […]

The next stop for LaVar Ball and the Ball family? Reality TV. In what seems like an inevitable development, LaVar Ball and his family will star in a reality series produced by Facebook, per Deadline.com. ESPN’s Darren Rovell also confirmed the planned series. The father of Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, who reportedly signed […]

Facebook's Vice President of Global Operations, Justin Osofsky, released a statement announcing the platform's intentions to modify processes.

The victim's mother says that her family has been receiving threats for coming forward and they are afraid to return to home.

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An Alabama woman is lucky to be alive – thanks to a Facebook video. A week ago, nursing student Brittany Diggs was forced into the trunk of her own car by a man demanding money. Diggs was terrified, until she remembered watching a Facebook video that explained how to get out of a car trunk […]

The member of gospel group Mary Mary took to Facebook to explain why she supports the new president and why we should all pray for him.

Miami native Nakia Venant made nationwide headlines on Tuesday after recording her suicide on Facebook Live.

Azealia Banks has been kicked off yet another social media site.

Trent Bennett, a teacher at Malvern High School in Little Rock, took to KTHV-TV's Facebook page on Christmas Eve to unleash a series of racist remarks about President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

One Bernie Sanders supporter did his shade duty this week by leaving a female motorist stuck in the snow because she's a Donald Trump fan.