A father and son were killed and five others injured in a shooting Tuesday after a high school graduation in Richmond, Virginia. The post Running Feud Led To Father And Son Murder After High School Graduation In Virginia appeared first on NewsOne.

28-year-old Irvo Otieno died March 6 after he was pinned down by several officers and healthcare staff at a mental health hospital. Now, more details are emerging about the incident. Here's what we know so far. The post Everything We Know About The Irvo Otieno Case appeared first on NewsOne.

Video footage has been released that shows Irvo Otieno's death after being smothered by hospital staff and Virginia sheriff's deputies. The post Video Provides Details On What Happened To Irvo Otieno, Who Was Allegedly Killed While In Police Custody appeared first on NewsOne.

Black transgender people face some of the highest levels of discrimination of all transgender people. The post Virginia Student Walkout Draws Attention To ‘Devastating Levels Of Discrimination’ Among Black Trans Population appeared first on NewsOne.

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A Virginia judge sentenced five teens, convicted for spray-painting racial slurs on an abandoned building, to read books about diversity. Should the punishment for racial crimes be a trip to the library?

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Six people were shot in Chicago on Wednesday during a vigil for a homicide victim.

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A Virginia waitress got a shocking note that read "great service, don't tip Black people" on a bill from a White couple she served at a restaurant Saturday.

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and To Kill a Mockingbird have been snatched from bookshelves as a Virginia school district decides whether or not to permanently ban the books.

The Ashburn Colored School, a historic remnant of education for Black Americans, was vandalized with racist, derogatory messages over the weekend in Northern Virginia.

A Virginia jury convicted a former police officer of fatally shooting an unarmed Black teenager. The prosecutor said he should have used non-lethal force instead of a gun.

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In a historic move, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe issued an executive order restoring voting rights to more than 200,000 ex-felons who paid their debts to society, are no longer incarcerated, on probation, or on parole. Critics of Gov. McAuliffe claim the move was political and aimed at helping Hillary Clinton win the 2016 presidential election. The Virginia Supreme Court […]