By AFRO Staff The AFRAM festival will return to Baltimore on Juneteenth this year. This year’s AFRAM will be the 45th year the festival has been in existence. For two […] The post Baltimore prepares for AFRAM festival appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Ralph E. Moore, Jr. I have lived in Baltimore City for 70 years now. I left briefly right after college, getting a community organizing job in Buffalo, N.Y. I […] The post The Moore Report: “Summer’s comin’ Blues” appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff Workers of the Enoch Pratt Free Library system in Baltimore are now calling for employees to unionize. On June 8 the Pratt Workers United (PWU) attended an […] The post Enoch Pratt Free Library workers call for recognition of employee union appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D., BlackPressUSA The music world is mourning the loss of legendary funk and jazz musician Bernard “Nard” Wright who died May 19 after being hit by […] The post Bernard Wright: Funk and jazz legend dies in Dallas at 58 appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By LaNiece Jones, BlackPressUSA California’s severe housing shortage and the lack of available housing the average family can afford, did not begin with the COVID-19 pandemic. But financial hardships Californians […] The post There’s hope for housing: Counselors can help you afford a new home or keep the one you have appeared first on AFRO…
Presented by Compassion International, the fall tour launches Sept. 22, in El Paso, Texas, and features special guests CAIN and Anne Wilson. The post Casting Crowns Announces 37-City Fall Leg of Healer Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Out now on Trippin N Rhythm ‘Hardcastle X’ from the redoubtable Paul Hardcastle is crammed full of the grooves that over the years have become his calling card. Testimony to this was ‘Wavelength’, the first single to be serviced to radio and now he is heading back to the airwaves with the follow up, and…
After a New York Times report revealed unusual investments putting tens of millions of dollars at risk, the board of the U.N.’s Office for Project Services demanded major changes.
The trial of Jeanine Añez, who took power after Evo Morales was ousted, has led to concerns about politicians’ use of the justice system to target opponents.
The reopening of the fast-food stores under Russian ownership (and with a new logo) illustrates the economy’s surprising resilience in the face of intense sanctions, though tough times lie ahead.