100 Greatest Albums from 1958

The year 1958 was a pivotal year for music, marking the transition from the early rock ‘n’ roll era to the more sophisticated sounds of the 1960s. During this time, many iconic albums were released across a range of genres, including jazz, rock, blues, and country. These albums not only helped shape the music of


100 Greatest Albums from 1957

The year 1957 was a significant year for music, with several groundbreaking albums released that have stood the test of time. The 100 Greatest Albums from 1957 is a comprehensive list of the best albums released in that year, and it’s a fantastic representation of the music that defined that era. At the top of


100 Greatest Albums from 1956

The period between 1956 and the present day has witnessed some of the most exciting and transformative moments in the history of music. From the early rock and roll of Elvis Presley and Chuck Berry to the soulful crooning of Aretha Franklin and Marvin Gaye, this era produced a wealth of iconic albums that have


100 Greatest Albums from 1955

The year 1955 was a landmark year in the history of music, with the emergence of new genres such as rock and roll, the continued popularity of jazz and the birth of modern pop music. The era witnessed the release of numerous classic albums that have gone on to become some of the most influential


100 Greatest Albums from 1953

Music has been an integral part of human culture for centuries. It has the power to evoke emotions, bring people together, and transcend language and cultural barriers. The evolution of music has been fascinating, and the 1950s was a decade that saw a significant shift in the music industry. This era witnessed the emergence of


State governments key in supporting undocumented immigrants during COVID-19 pandemic

Undocumented immigrants faced heightened challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of their immigration status, they could not qualify for federal relief, but state governments stepped in to create programs for excluded workers. By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, msayles@afro.com When the COVID-19 pandemic began to hinder employment in the U.S., the federal government worked quickly


New legislation passed by Georgia Senate Ethics Committee seeks to tighten proof of residency requirements, eliminate ballot drop boxes

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, tmcqueen@afro.com Republicans of Georgia’s General Assembly continue to make increasingly restrictive changes to voting laws in their state. On the last day of Black History Month, Georgia Senators passed SB 221 in the Senate Ethics Committee, which entirely removes the use of ballot drop boxes. This bill began as