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Renowned Nigerian gospel singer, Mercy Chinwo and hubby Blessed Uzochikwa are celebrating their first wedding anniversary. One year after saying “I Do” on August 13th, 2022, the power couple are more in love than ever. Celebrating the special occasion, Mercy Chinwo shared sweet new photos with her husband, both looking effortlessly adorable in an all-black
Powerhouse gospel songstress Tasha Cobbs Leonard is inspiring a new wave of positive energy as shares incredible pictures of her weight-loss journey dating back to 2021. Taking to social media, the GRAMMY® Award winner shared a grid photo of how she has been able to achieve a healthy lifestyle with her quest to be on
Acclaimed trumpeter-composer Keyon Harrold has shared his long awaited Concord Jazz debut single, “Don’t Lie feat. Malaya” available now HERE Produced by Harrold at Las Vegas, NV’s Studio A Las Vegas and co-written with GRAMMY® Award-nominated songwriter Hookman Marlin Bonds (Swizz Beatz, Jason Derulo, Lil Jon), “Don’t Lie” marks the critically acclaimed artist’s first new music
With the official release of Watch The Sun Live: The Mansion Sessions, PJ Morton continues his now cherished tradition of celebratory and communal live albums. Combining both the orchestral elements of his Grammy-winning Gumbo Unplugged with the intimacy of The Piano Album, The Mansion Sessions was similarly captured alongside friends, collaborators and fans all together in one big, beautiful room, in the
By Haleluya Hadero, AP Business Writer Attorneys for an Atlanta-based venture capital firm being sued over a grant program for Black women vowed Aug. 10 to fight back against the lawsuit, calling it misguided and frivolous. At a New York news conference, the attorneys also announced that prominent civil rights lawyers, including Ben Crump, would
The Moore Report: Baltimore celebrates Henrietta Lacks as the moral arc of the universe bends her way
By Ralph E. Moore Jr. The legal settlement over the unauthorized, unjustified harvesting and distribution of Henrietta Lacks’ unique cancerous DNA cells began in Baltimore. You may have heard that a 31-year-old wife and mother of five entered a racially segregated hospital ward at Johns Hopkins Hospital in East Baltimore in 1951. And, while being
Renowned civil rights advocate Charles J. Ogletree Jr. dies at 70, leaving a legacy of justice and empowerment
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Charles J. Ogletree Jr., a distinguished Harvard Law School professor, celebrated attorney and leading civil rights advocate, has died at 70. Ogletree, who had battled Alzheimer’s disease since 2015, reportedly died at his home in Maryland. “Charles was a tireless advocate for civil rights, equality, human dignity, and social
The announcement comes amid growing speculation that elections — once expected to happen this fall — will be delayed until 2024.
One of the climbers, Kristin Harila, said she continued her summit of the mountain after finding a porter who fell from a cliff and later died.