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Voter suppression in America is forcing Black communities to push back and endure long lines to cast ballots.

Roland Martin and ABC News' Pierre Thomas discuss the resurgent Clinton email scandal during a NewsOne Now / Tom Joyner Morning Show simulcast.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now discuss how America would look if Donald Trump wins the presidential election.

Watch excerpts of the second part of Roland Martin and a group of impassioned educators' discussion on school choice, charter schools and vouchers.

The Color of Change PAC has launched a program to mobilize Black voters beyond just getting high voter turnout.

Rev. William Barber spoke with Roland Martin about the massive effort to drive African-Americans to the polls to take part in early voting and cast their ballots on Election Day.

Black Republicans are attempting to win over African-American voters in a new PSA that touts their party's support of HBCUs.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Black Women for Positive Change is working towards a violence-free America.

The US Labor Department found weekly earnings rose by nearly ten percent for full-time Black workers in the third quarter of this year--the fastest rate of growth since 2000.

Indiana officials claim an organization conducting a Black voter registration drive engaged in voter fraud.

Rep. James Clyburn and Rep. G.K. Butterfield want Clinton to dip into a portion of her war chest and use it to increase voter turnout.

The Beaumont Bulls youth football team in Texas saw the remainder of their season canceled because they chose to kneel during the National Anthem.