By Lindsey Tanner and Angie Wang, The Associated Press Little Fletcher Pack woke up on June 20 morning and asked: “Is today vaccine day?” For the 3-year-old from Lexington, S.C., […] The post Shots for tots: COVID-19 vaccinations start for little U.S. kids appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Samuel Williams, Jr., Special to the AFRO D.C. is not defunding the police. However, the city is sending in new crime fighters to work alongside the police in communities […] The post Violence Interrupters training program geared to prevent crimes appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Liz Szabo. Kaiser Permanente, For Word in Black Many U.S. schools were in dire need of upgrades — burdened by leaking pipes, mold, and antiquated heating systems — long […] The post COVID-19 funding pries open a door to improving air quality in schools appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Alexa Spencer, Word in Black It’s been nearly 20 years since the United States observed its first National HIV Testing Day on June 27, 1995. But because Black people […] The post Why it is crucial for Black people to know their HIV status appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
NNPA and Transformative Justice Coalition Announce National GOTV Campaign Targeting 10 Million More Black Voters
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent, @StacyBrownMedia Ahead of the all-important 2022 midterm elections, reports show that more than 55 million Americans remain unregistered to vote – […] The post NNPA and Transformative Justice Coalition Announce National GOTV Campaign Targeting 10 Million More Black Voters appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By H. R. Harris and D. Bailey Five of the most powerful American women in media; Cathy Hughes, Dorothy Butler Gilliam, Denise Rolark Barnes, Michelle Richardson and Karyn A. […] The post Style and Substance share the stage at AFRO High Tea appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Coppin State University launches online degree program for Early Childhood Education Human Development
Offering Bachelor of Science Program Online Expands Access to Culturally Responsive Teaching, Training for Educators BALTIMORE — Coppin State University will now offer its Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood […] The post Coppin State University launches online degree program for Early Childhood Education Human Development appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
by Associated Press Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monae and Jazmine Sullivan were some of the big stars using the BET Awards stage to strongly criticize the Supreme Court’s recent decision […] The post Stars use BET Awards stage to criticize Roe v. Wade ruling appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Porter’s Call, a non-profit dedicated to providing counsel, support, and encouragement for touring and recording artists and their families, is pleased to announce its 13th annual “Evening Of Stories” will take place on August 30, 2022, at 7:30 p.m., at the newly opened Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Belmont University. The post Porter’s
We the Kingdom announce the fall We the Kingdom Live Tour. The tour, which will also feature award-winning artist and worship leader Cory Asbury, is set to visit numerous cities this fall. The post We The Kingdom Announce Fall Tour with Cory Asbury appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.