Inayah has released her new EP Insecure via EMPIRE. It’s the follow-up to her 2021 EP Side A. Insecure was preceded by “Always Something,” a relatable tune that arrived with a music video. The song, co-written by Dixson and Omari “G.O.” Massenburg, exceeds over 655,000 streams on Spotify. The EP’s second single, “Most Girlz,” dropped
Emerging R&B group FLO has returned with a new single titled “Not My Job.” Produced by MNEK and Tré Jean-Marie, “Not My Job” is an anthem that reinforces the importance of setting boundaries, especially in relationships. In some instances, it can be easy to get lost in love to the point where one partner is
Villagers, activists and some elected officials asked why the conscription drive seemed to be hitting poor, remote areas hardest, while pro-war hawks criticized it as chaotic.
Hilary Mantel brought great precision to her writing, and asked the same of us in our reading.
Italy’s former prime minister said that the Russian president was “pushed” to invade Ukraine, remarks that drew fierce criticism days before an election.
The Kremlin began holding referendums on joining Russia in parts of Ukraine under its control. The voting is widely seen as a sham that is expected to culminate in annexation of the areas.
The hottest celebrity in town right now is an enchanting 12-foot-tall Syrian refugee puppet. She’s drawing masses of admirers, but that’s not always a good thing.
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By Sam P.K. Collins, The Washington Informer Over the Past five months, Texas and Arizona have sent 9,400 migrants to the District of Columbia on buses. While some have gone […] The post Dozens of migrant children Join DCPS’ student population appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, Contributing Editor We are still in a global COVID-19 pandemic, but with many returning to pre-pandemic routines, most school schedules across the nation have also returned to […] The post Free and reduced meal no longer automatic, public schools now accepting applications year round appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .