Tink Starts Riot in ‘Fake Love’ Video

Tink is taking a stand against toxic relationships and puts the men (and the world) on notice in her video for “Fake Love.”  The video is one of resistance, as Tink and some other women recognize their self-value and reject lame suitors. A particularly impactful scene involves Tink leading a group of women as they


Marriage and healing emotional wounds

By Nijiama Smalls, The Black Girl’s Guide to Healing Emotional Wounds Relationships are complicated and marriage is even more complicated y’all. That is the best way I can describe them. The challenges arise mainly because most of us were not well prepared to be a partner.  Premarital counseling (which is still necessary) tends to only


COMMENTARY: Portrait of Black School Founders: A survey of Black education entrepreneurs and how they are demystifying education freedom

By Denisha Allen In mainstream media, school choice is often framed as taking money away from public schools or being elite, white, and only a conservative policy issue. Yet Black school founders’ very existence directly debunks these common myths. My own experience does, too. That’s why I founded Black Minds Matter, a national movement to


Hotel Revival Baltimore names Ramond Sneed general manager

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, msayles@afro.com Prince George’s County native Ramond J. Sneed recently became the new general manager of Hotel Revival Baltimore, an art boutique hotel in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. The 43-year-old brings 21 years of experience in the hospitality industry with him. “Hotel Revival has a name for itself,” said Sneed.