By Ashleigh Fields, AFRO Assistant Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org A sea of blue and white ascended onto the campus of Howard University as members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority welcomed the newest and largest class of honorary members. Their 2023 induction took place in the Blackburn building on Sept. 19 with the objective to honor their five
Tuskegee Airmen Museum and Center for Aviation Technology Training prepares Black youth for careers in aviation
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, email@example.com In 1941, the Tuskegee Airmen became the first all-Black flying crew in the U.S. military during World War II. Also known as the Red Tails, the 992 fighter pilots executed more than 1,500 missions, and 15,500 forays, defeating 261 enemy aircrafts and winning more than 850 medals. Despite
Panel members at legislative conference discuss national electric vehicle program, set to spur workforce development opportunities
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org When President Biden signed the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (ILJA) in 2021, much of the legislation addressed greener, more accessible transportation for all. Not only did the bill include the largest federal, public transit investment, $89.9 billion, in U.S. history, it set aside $7.5 billion
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, email@example.com The 15th Annual Black Women’s Roundtable Policy Forum Series: “Power of the Ballot: We won’t be erased!” helped set the tone for the 52nd Annual Legislative Conference, which opened on Sept. 20. The panel took place in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in D.C. and focused on
Tens of thousands are expected at a Mass with Francis in the French port city. Although the pontiff will meet President Emmanuel Macron, it is not an official state visit.
Huang Xueqin, the journalist, and Wang Jianbing, a labor activist, have been accused of inciting subversion as the authorities expand a campaign to quash dissent.
Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit to the White House.
Three years after Ms. Ardern won a resounding victory for her Labour Party, the nation will vote in a very different political landscape.
U.S. negotiators say the release of the prisoners is proof that even fierce adversaries can sometimes find their way to an agreement. But the deal almost didn’t happen.
Canada says India helped assassinate a Sikh activist: Who was Hardeep Singh Nijjar? Rift between the countries widens – USA TODAY
Canada says India helped assassinate a Sikh activist: Who was Hardeep Singh Nijjar? Rift between the countries widens USA TODAYUnited States In Talks With India Over Canada Issue, In Touch With Indians At High Levels Says US India TodayIndia suspends visas for Canadians as row escalates BBCHow the murder of a Sikh leader sparked an international incident between