By Sylvia Hui, The Associated Press Queen Elizabeth II and her grandson Prince William paid tribute June 22 to Britain’s Caribbean immigrants for their “profound contribution” to the U.K., as […] The post Royals thank Caribbean migrants for contribution to the UK appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Noah Trister, The Associated Press Ferguson, nicknamed “Sack Daddy,” played three NFL seasons, all with Baltimore. He set the career sacks record in the College Football Bowl Subdivision (45) […] The post Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died at age 26 appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey Maryland’s four HBCU’s will receive a total of $4 million in scholarships in honor of Ozzie Newsome, Baltimore Ravens’ longtime personnel executive and Member of the Pro Football […] The post HBCU SPOTLIGHT: Maryland’s Four HBCU’s Set to Receive $4 Million creating Ozzie Wilson Scholars appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Chinedu Asadu, The Associated Press A Nigerian governor has ordered the issuing of licenses so citizens can carry guns to defend themselves against armed groups, a first among the […] The post Nigerian governor lets residents carry guns for self- defense appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff LeBron James, earlier this month, broke barriers again when he was named as the only active professional basketball player to become a billionaire. And phenom tennis player […] The post Naomi Osaka and LeBron James launch media company appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Beth Harris, The Associated Press Mishael Morgan of “The Young and the Restless” won as lead drama actress, becoming the first Black actor to win in a lead category […] The post Trinidad-born Mishael Morgan is 1st Black lead winner at Daytime Emmys appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Eric Olson, AP Sports Writer Anthony Holman is the highest-ranking NCAA official at the College World Series and the man in charge of the Division I baseball championship. Holman […] The post College baseball intent on increasing Black players, coaches appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Nigerian Gospel singer and songwriter, Adenike David is out with her new single alongside its official visuals titled “Mo Yin O Lo Go“. According to the artiste, the song expresses gratitude to God for the Salvation of our souls. “Jesus as the rock of our salvation can reverse the irreversible even in the midst of
Multi-award-winning AfroGospel artist, Limoblaze has sold-out tickets for his first headline show in London “AFRO GOSPEL” billed to hold this Friday, July 1st, at XOYO. The forthcoming event will feature performances from UK’s Asha Elia, Becca Folkes, and Annatoria, with Grammy-Award-winning American rapper, Lecrae as a special guest. Delighted Limo wrote on Instagram, “500 capacity
Globally renowned worship leader, Sinach and her Husband Joseph Egbu are celebrating 8 years of marital bliss. The lovely couple got married on June 28, 2014, and are blessed with a beautiful baby girl (2019). Marking the special occasion, the ‘Way Maker’ singer took to social media to pen a loving message to her husband