Janaye Ingram

Every person deserves to be counted and given equal protection, not just some of us.

What is it to be Black and a woman in this country that values neither?

When footage surfaced of a Columbia, SC high school student being flipped in her desk and then dragged across the floor by a school resource…

In 2015 alone, there have been 45 school shootings. That doesn't account for other types of gun violence that kill people every day

When Bree Newsome removed the Confederate flag from a flagpole in South Carolina, it was the duty of an activist who was tired of the rhetoric…

There’s an old adage: “take two steps forward, one step back.” At times in the Black community, it seems like we take one step forward…

John Lennon and Yoko Ono had a song titled, “Woman is the N*gger of the World” in 1972. The duo expressed they were using the…

Much was made about the Oscars last Sunday. The hash tag #OscarsSoWhite reflected the absence of color among some of the biggest categories of the…

  Two years ago, I had the opportunity to meet with Congressman John Lewis in his Capitol Hill office. I listened intently as he recounted…

Monday on “NewsOne Now,” Janaye Ingram, Malik Husser and Michael Fletcher joined Roland Martin to discuss possible solutions to end gun violence in our communities. Be sure…

  50 years ago volunteers risked their lives to help blacks fight for voting rights in Mississippi. On Monday, Rep G.K. Butterfield, Janaye Ingram of the National…

The environmental issues that we deal with aren’t always discussed as we have conversations about justice, but this Earth Day, we need to pay attention…