Loretta Lynn, a name synonymous with the very heart and soul of country music, has left an indelible mark on the genre for over six decades. With a career that spans generations, her music has touched the hearts of millions around the world. In this article, we embark on a journey through the illustrious career
Taylor Swift has cemented herself as one of the most iconic and influential artists of our generation. With a career spanning over a decade, she has continuously wowed audiences with her exceptional songwriting, captivating storytelling, and unmatched versatility. Swift’s ability to evolve and experiment with her musical style while staying true to her roots has
Deion ‘Coach Prime’ Sanders’ impact at Colorado raises hopes that other Black coaches will get opportunities
By Cliff Brunt, The Associated Press Floyd Keith has waited half a century for a Black coach with Deion Sanders’ swagger and success to shake up college football. The fanfare and hoopla surrounding the Colorado program since Sanders’ arrival has been well documented, but Keith, who for more than a decade was executive director of
Senator Cory Booker leads discussion on potential harms and opportunities in artificial intelligence
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org On its face, artificial intelligence (AI) may seem obscure and dubious, but it’s already revolutionizing daily life across the globe. Given its power to mimic human decision-making, many are asking questions about its potential to advance or set back equity. This was the central concern of a panel
Coalition for Cannabis Policy, Education and Regulation hosts forum to prepare and advance Black entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, email@example.com The Coalition for Cannabis Policy, Education and Regulation (CPEAR) hosted a discussion on opening up opportunities in cannabis for Black entrepreneurs on Sep. 20. The panel, “Creating the Conditions for Black Business Owners and Leaders to Succeed in the Cannabis Industry,” took place during the Congressional Black Caucus
By Joseph Williams, Word in Black Not long after starting work as a practicing physician, Dr. Paula Braveman reached an important diagnosis: many of the Black patients she treated for things like hypertension or diabetes had something in common. She later confirmed the observation as a public health researcher in San Francisco. Being Black in
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior U.S. Judge Thomas Thrash has ruled that the Fearless Fund, a venture capital firm based in Atlanta, can continue its grant program exclusively tailored for Black women entrepreneurs. The judge said the lawsuit challenging the practice, which argued it unlawfully excluded individuals of other races, was unlikely to
The new chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee could force the Biden administration to reverse its decision to send Egypt $235 million in military assistance.
The House of Commons will elect a new speaker on Tuesday, following the resignation of its current speaker under historic circumstances.
A leader who has railed against NATO and sanctions on Russia appears poised for a strong showing. That could threaten Europe’s unity on support for Ukraine.