The Mis-Education of the Negro

By Frances Murphy (Toni) Draper, AFRO Publisher In 1933, Dr. Carter Goodwin Woodson wrote his seminal, albeit controversial, book The Mis-Education of the Negro.  A weekly columnist for the AFRO […] The post The Mis-Education of the Negro appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .


Coppin: Touching the community

Originally published October 14, 2010 By Shernay Williams, Special to the AFRO When Linda Kaminkow, 52, of Dundalk stepped into Coppin State University’s community health center in 2005, she quickly […] The post Coppin: Touching the community appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .


Becky Okoronkwo Drops New Song “Ikem”

Following her “Sold Out” debut in February, Becky Nkechi Okoronkwo simply known as Becky Okoronkwo returns with a brand new single titled “Ikem“. Marking her sophomore effort, “Ikem” (My Strength) inspires total faith, hope, and trust in the unfailing God. The Afrocentric worship song reassures listeners of the potency of His word, bringing to a…