The basketball star’s lawyers said they had met with her for several hours on Tuesday and relayed messages from well-wishers.
Thousands of people, including railway and postal workers, nurses and teachers, joined a nationwide strike that started at oil refineries as rising inflation pushes up costs of living in the country.
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The trainers from Iran’s paramilitary wing have been deployed to help Russia overcome mechanical problems with the fleet.
The findings were similar to those of Swedish investigators, who reported this month that the leaks were the result of detonations that they strongly suspected were acts of sabotage.
By Catherine Pugh, Special to the AFRO The Baltimore Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority lost 52nd President, Joanne S. Mack, on Oct. 15. Mack succeeded President Arlene Wongus, […] The post President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority’s Baltimore Alumnae Chapter dies just months into term appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Gary Robertson, Hannah Schoenbaum and Allen BreedThe Associated Press A 15-year-old boy killed five people and injured two more in a shooting rampage in Raleigh, police said, horrifying a […] The post Police: 15-year-old boy kills 5 in Raleigh shooting rampage appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Word in Black Two Washington, D.C.-area high school students have created an interactive app that highlights the history of civil rights in the District. Lily and Eliza Dorton, co-founders […] The post High schoolers launch civil rights tour app appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Ralph E. Moore Jr., Special to the AFRO Building homes and building wealth for working folk The Nehemiah Project, started 40 years ago in East Brooklyn, N.Y., is named […] The post The Moore Report: random notes of interest appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Morgan State University students win Zillow’s HBCU Hackathon with app that measures financial credibility outside of credit scoring
By BlackPressUSA Zillow’s second HBCU Housing Hackathon, which drew more than 200 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), awarded top prizes to teams that developed innovations to help […] The post Morgan State University students win Zillow’s HBCU Hackathon with app that measures financial credibility outside of credit scoring appeared first on AFRO