By Beverly Richards, Special to the AFRO You can find a cornucopia of dancers of various skin tones and sizes at Morton Street Dance Center (MSDC). Diversity and inclusion have […] The post Morton Street Dance Center students danced their way through COVID appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor Attorney General Merrick Garland met with representatives from leaders from nine major multi-civil rights organizations this past Friday, to address urgent concerns about the […] The post Civil Rights Leaders meet with Justice Department over Buffalo mass killings appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Following the March release of “The Name of Jesus,” Gospel artiste and music minister, Chike the Promise returns with a brand new single titled “I Am a Wonder,” available today on digital platforms. The rock-infused song is a declarative/prophetic anthem with faith-inspiring lyrics that uplift the body, soul, and spirit. According to Chike the Promise,…
After a brief hiatus, Nonyelum Obiakor popularly known as Cindy Kasi drops her praise single “Jesus Lead The Way.” This follows the release of her Ftunez-produced “Do Not Forsake Me (Remix)” which dropped in June 2021. “Jesus Lead The Way” was written and composed by Cindy Kasi. The Lagos-based gospel singer is currently working on…
Nigerian gospel songstress, Hemsy delivers a brand new single “Beautiful Day,” alongside its official music video. According to the singer “Beautiful Day” is a melodious reminder to relinquish worry, anxiety; fear and doubt to the listener letting them know that Joy comes in the morning. “This is a song that will have you smiling, grooving,…
A line of thunderstorms brought violent winds that left a trail of damage across parts of Ontario and Quebec on Saturday, and hundreds of thousands without power.
Only one case of the virus has so far been identified in the U.S., but public health officials say the disease is likely to spread.
The authorities in the Islamic Republic like to take credit for the country’s achievements in film, but are warning those who make them not to cross red lines at home.
The president will meet with his counterparts from Australia, India and Japan.
The economic disparity of the nation’s rural and urban areas is a problem of long standing. Will the lessons of the pandemic finally lead to change?