On September 1, 2023, Justin-Lee Schultz will release his second solo album on Shanachie Entertainment, Just In The Moment. As the title suggests, the awe-inspiring multi-instrumentalist has arrived and his latest musical statement is imbued with soul, fire, and passion, asserting that he is one of the most talented young musicians to emerge in years.Shanachie Entertainment
By AFRO Staff Members of the international community came together with local residents at Current Space on July 23 for an extraordinary event called “Global Entry.” The captivating affair was a celebration of cultural diversity, showcasing the richness of global food and music to local residents. Global Entry, hosted by Gaia Bethel-Birch, Malaika Aminata Clements
The Ubiquitous Women’s Expo celebrated nine years of existence at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The three day event kicked off with an exclusive concert on July 21 with performances from Kwame and Dru Hill. Special guests and vendors graced the stage throughout the weekend while sharing advice and testimonies on relationships, brand management
Artscape will return to Baltimore with multiple Grammy-award winning artists taking to the main stage between Sept. 22 and Sept. 24. (Photos courtesy of BOPA) By AFRO Staff World renowned artist Kelly Rowland will take to the Artscape 2023 stage next month as headliner for the first day of the event, taking place Sept. 22
Baltimore Mayor kicks off community engagement series to address pressing public safety concerns with Acting Police Commissioner Richard Worley
By Tashi McQueen AFRO Political Writer email@example.com On Aug. 8 at 10:00 a.m., Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Acting Police Commissioner Richard Worley kicked off a series of community engagement meetings that will give Baltimoreans a chance to ask pressing questions and learn more about Worley, who was officially nominated by Scott on July
By Dr. Maulana Karenga, Los Angeles Sentinel The barbaric and savage enslavement of African people in this country and indeed, around the world tenaciously asserts itself as a unique and defining moment in the history of humanity, regardless of recent attempts to falsify, minimize, marginalize, distort and deny it. No one with a modicum of
By Askya Alexander, Special to the AFRO A diverse tapestry of communities coalesce in the nation’s capital. In the midst of this vibrant cultural diaspora lies an incredible array of foods, traditions and delights from all corners of the world. On Aug. 6, the city’s long-standing tradition of fostering multicultural fellowship will prove no different
By Edith M. Lederer, The Associated Press UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The conflict in Sudan has left 24 million people — half the country’s population — in need of food and other assistance, but only 2.5 million have received aid because of vicious fighting and a lack of funding, two senior U.N. officials said Aug.
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