A new generation of Ivory Coast chocolatiers is striving to change an industry that has long left cocoa farmers in poverty.
They watched, waited and tried to help as the Afghan capital fell to the Taliban last year. “It was traumatic,” one said.
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Edmonton’s Bistro Praha is among the rare spots to find a formula that has ensured longevity in a generally difficult business.
PRESS ROOM: Autism influencer Jeremiah Josey releases a new book about his experience as a Black man with autism
By NNPA NEWSWIRE An important addition to autism literature and a much-needed voice for autistic people of color. (NNPA NEWSWIRE) — Autism influencer Jeremiah Josey’s new book, “Here’s What I Want […] The post PRESS ROOM: Autism influencer Jeremiah Josey releases a new book about his experience as a Black man with autism appeared first on
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History mourns the death of William Felton Russell. Russell is the winningest professional athlete of all time in team sports. […] The post ASALH Tribute to Bill Russell Requiem for a Champion appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
The AFRO has always prided itself in giving a voice to the backbone of Black society- the women who serve as daughters, sisters, aunts, mothers, church leaders, educators and yes– […] The post Feminine Front: how the AFRO covered women in wartime appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff Black Americans experienced a new level of freedom as automobiles and public transportation evolved over time. Though it was dangerous to be a Black American on the […] The post AFRO on the move: how traveling reporters kept readers informed from coast to coast appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Kara Thompson, Special to the AFRO When the Freedom Riders risked their lives in 1961 to protest the segregated bus system in the American south, Moses Newson was there. […] The post Moses Newson: Black journalist extraordinaire and AFRO all star speaks at 95 appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .