By Kara Thompson, AFRO MDDC Intern Elizabeth “Bettye” Murphy Moss, a granddaughter of John Henry Murphy, began her journalism career when she first started working at the AFRO at age […] The post The life and legacy of Elizabeth Murphy Moss appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Good Green Grant Program awards funds to nonprofits creating opportunity in Black and Brown communities impacted by the War on Drugs
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org Green Thumb Industries, a national cannabis retailer and consumer packaged goods company, recently opened applications for its Good […] The post Good Green Grant Program awards funds to nonprofits creating opportunity in Black and Brown communities impacted by the War on Drugs appeared
Legendary South African gospel singer and preacher Lionel Peterson, 74, has reportedly passed away. According to reports, the “Peace (Jehovah Knows)” singer died on Thursday 14th July 2022 after struggling with health issues for the past couple of years. The news of Lionel Peterson’s death was known via various social media publications with condolences for
Jekalyn Carr presented with the Key to the City by City Commissioner Natalie Hall, who also proclaimed it “Jekalyn Carr Appreciation Day.” The post Jekalyn Carr Presented with Key To The City in Atlanta appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
A moving tribute to Bart Millard’s mother, Dell Duncan. The post MercyMe’s Bart Millard Mourns the Loss of His Mother, Dell Duncan appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Originally from North Yorkshire, England, and now comfortably ensconced in Alberta, Canada, Brendan Rothwell is one of that exclusive group of contemporary jazz musicians who as a bass player has made his mark as a lead artist. His latest release is ‘Destiny’ which follows his 2016 debut ‘Time On My Hands’ and ‘Sentiment’ that hit
Senator Joe Manchin III of West Virginia led his party and his president through months of tortured talks, with nothing to show for it as the planet dangerously heats up.
The findings, by a congressional investigation, highlight how the surge in activity has caused consumers’ electrical bills to rise and makes it harder to fight global warming.
As more U.S. states move to criminalize abortion, activists in Mexico have been inundated with calls from women seeking abortion medication. Our cameras went inside their distribution effort.
As the W.N.B.A. star’s drugs trial resumed, her defense team contended that she had packed a banned narcotic in her luggage because of “an oversight.”