Gospel Heritage is a brilliant new project from Platoon, celebrating Gospel Heritage Month this September. The project aims to tell the story of Gospel music through different lenses from across Africa, the UK, and Jamaica. Each artist provides their own unique sound and style, culminating in a diverse retelling of the Gospel Music story. The
Grammy-nominated singer Givēon has released a new song titled “Time.” On the somber tune, which he co-wrote with Drake and Daniel Pemberton, Givēon reminisces about a past relationship. Although it didn’t last as long as he hoped, he will cherish the moments they shared together. “I never knew / For only now / Can I
Sometimes it’s nice to be surprised and at others it’s equally good to know exactly what to expect. In this respect sax player Candy Dulfer leaves her plethora of fans in no doubt. She has been serving up fulsome ‘in your face’ contemporary jazz since 1990 when her debut release ‘Saxuality’ became an overnight sensation.
Dozens have reportedly been killed by security forces as demonstrations continue to spread across Iran. Protests began after Mahsa Amini died in the custody of the morality police.
Demonstrations against President Vladimir V. Putin’s “partial mobilization” policy continued, despite the Kremlin’s crackdown on dissent.
Ukraine’s president has urged citizens to resist the Russians in occupied territories, where voting is underway in what Western officials have called “sham” referendums on joining Russia.
When a cache of weapons was found in a tiny Canadian village that has become a symbol of the far right, it didn’t take long for new conspiracy theories to start circulating.
Amid growing repression, a sickly economy and bleak prospects, the death of one young woman was all it took.
By Special to the AFRO Before opening her Baltimore boutique real estate brokerage, Missy Conway was an actuary for an insurance company. Born in Trinidad and Tobago, she came to […] The post Realtors Row: Black realtors weigh in on why they joined the industry appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Baltimore accountant Arnold Williams honored with International Economic Development Council’s Citizen Leadership Award
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com Baltimore native Arnold Williams, managing director and founding partner of Abrams, Foster, Nole & Williams Public Accounting (PA), […] The post Baltimore accountant Arnold Williams honored with International Economic Development Council’s Citizen Leadership Award appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .