The 13-city circuit is set to kick off on March 9 in Lancaster, Penn. making stops in major markets across the U.S. including Dallas, Atlanta and Tampa, as well as an engagement at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. The post Brooke Ligertwood Announces Spring 2023 Seven Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music
This one-of-a-kind event will make twelve stops across the nation with Downs and Whittaker sharing their unique commentaries on today’s culture, showcasing an individual in each local community, and inviting everyone to engage on a deeply human level. The post Annie F. Downs and Carlos Whittaker To Co-Headline “Here For You Tour” appeared first on
Nominees were announced for the 54th Annual NAACP Awards. Nominees include James Fortune, Kirk Franklin, Maverick City Music, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Tye Tribbett and many more. The post Nominees Announced for 54th Annual NAACP Image Awards appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Holy Culture Radio welcomes Reach Records to its airwaves with a new show, “116 Life,” premiering January 17, 2023, and airing every Tuesday at 8pm on Sirius XM Channel 154. The post Holy Culture Radio Welcomes “116 LIFE” and Reach Records to SiriusXM appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The state-owned mining company announced it had found Europe’s largest deposit of the vital minerals used in electric vehicles and other green technology.
The two leaders discussed tensions with China, North Korea and Russia and plans for deterrence in Asia with U.S. troops and missiles.
An Olympic medalist, he was popular when he took the throne in 1964. But his efforts to intervene in Greek politics led to a coup and his ouster.
The Biden administration’s border policy relies on Mexico for crucial help.
Prices are up, and some parts of the country have seen bare shelves where eggs normally are. One reason is a change in how chickens are being raised.
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer email@example.com In 2016, Laura Murphy, former director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Washington Legislative Office, pioneered a new kind of audit: the civil rights audit. Today, more Corporate America giants, like Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase and Amazon, are engaging in the process. Rather than examine a company’s finances, a