Kenyans vote for a new president on Tuesday, ending a heated race that shows why, in a troubled region, the East African nation matters more than ever.
Grab a book and read outside this weekend, if you can. Here’s some inspiration.
Edward Burtynsky has turned his 40 years spent documenting humanity’s effects on the planet into a multimedia show.
Summer for Ukraine’s children means sunshine and swimming, but also long hours in bomb shelters and mine-safety training. A photographer captured their days in Kyiv for The New York Times.
With the world grappling with rising prices, a tour through Argentina reveals that years of inflation can give rise to a truly bizarre economy.
By Black Press USA Beyoncé’s new album, “Renaissance,” has taken the world by storm as expected, with a healthy helping of Chicago house music and classic 1970s disco. The album […] The post Beyonce’s ‘Renaissance’ album breaks records appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Ben Finley, The Associated Press A former police officer in Virginia should not be criminally charged but should be investigated for potential civil rights violations after he pepper-sprayed, struck, […] The post No charges for officer who pepper-sprayed Army lieutenant appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor The 39th Annual National Night out celebration was a mellow event this year at the Kennedy Recreation Center in the Shaw Historic District in […] The post MELLOW 39th ANNUAL NATIONAL NIGHT OUT in D.C. AFTER MULTPLE SHOOTINGS ROCKED THE CITYs appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor August equals Tax Free weeks and weekends across the US. This weekend, Northern Virginia is your destination for tax-free savings. Virginia’s Tax Free Weekend […] The post It’s Tax Free Weekend in Virginia: August 5-7 appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Q&A:Tackling the achievement gap with Chelsea Coffin, director of Education Policy at D.C. Policy Center
By Ayodele Ayoola, AFRO Editorial Intern Chelsea Coffin joined the D.C. Policy Center in 2017 as the Director of the Education Policy Initiative, which seeks to use new data and […] The post Q&A:Tackling the achievement gap with Chelsea Coffin, director of Education Policy at D.C. Policy Center appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .