Maintaining power at Europe’s largest nuclear plant has been crucial to prevent a meltdown in the shadow of fighting nearby.
Three statues were returned to Italy after the J. Paul Getty Museum discovered they had been looted. They will be displayed temporarily in Rome before heading to Taranto, Italy, their permanent home.
Prince William joined King Charles III in an impromptu visit to a long line of people who were waiting — some for 24 hours — to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II.
The U.N. General Assembly voted to allow Ukraine’s president to address the gathering of world leaders with a recorded message next week.
The House speaker, who has previously inserted herself at the center of global conflicts, is the highest-ranking American official to visit Armenia since it gained independence 30 years ago.
By Genoa Barrow, Word in Black Women’s Empowerment, a nationally-recognized resource for Sacramento folk experiencing homelessness, is set to graduate its latest group of participants this month. When Shanitra Brown […] The post Women working through housing instability, other challenges appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
We’re still here: the AFRO highlights the importance of Black homeownership, Black realtors and housing policy
By Frances Murphy “Toni” Draper, AFRO Publisher When I was a young child, my mother, my brother, my sister, and I made weekly trips to the “country,” as we called […] The post We’re still here: the AFRO highlights the importance of Black homeownership, Black realtors and housing policy appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers
Trident Mortgage ordered to pay for racist lending practices By Charlene Crowell, The Washington Informer The first-ever judgment against a non-bank lender for engaging in the practice of “redlining” has […] The post First judgment against a non bank lender for redlining set at $22 million appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Fatiha Belfakir, Special to the AFRO email@example.com Churches are stepping up to do their part in increasing Black homeownership. Reverend Anthony Evans, president of the National Black Church Initiative […] The post National Black Church Initiative working to increase Black homeownership to 51 percent appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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