by ReShonda Tate, Defender Network A highly revered pastor and staple in the Houston community was killed during a possible road-rage incident on the Gulf Freeway at Gould Road Friday […] The post Pastor Ronald Mouton Sr. killed in road rage incident appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Samuel Williams, Jr., Special to the AFRO D.C. is not defunding the police. However, the city is sending in new crime fighters to work alongside the police in communities […] The post Violence Interrupters training program geared to prevent crimes appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Alexa Spencer, Word in Black It’s been nearly 20 years since the United States observed its first National HIV Testing Day on June 27, 1995. But because Black people […] The post Why it is crucial for Black people to know their HIV status appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Porter’s Call, a non-profit dedicated to providing counsel, support, and encouragement for touring and recording artists and their families, is pleased to announce its 13th annual “Evening Of Stories” will take place on August 30, 2022, at 7:30 p.m., at the newly opened Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Belmont University. The post Porter’s
We the Kingdom announce the fall We the Kingdom Live Tour. The tour, which will also feature award-winning artist and worship leader Cory Asbury, is set to visit numerous cities this fall. The post We The Kingdom Announce Fall Tour with Cory Asbury appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Jeremy Camp announces the expansion of the “I Still Believe Tour” with special guest Katy Nichole. The tour will span 18 cities and is sponsored by Compassion International. The post Jeremy Camp Expands “I Still Believe Tour” appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
It is our pleasure to announce another up and coming hit! AHVE is back on the scene, this time with the fire new single “Selfish.” Check it out today for a taste of New York’s smoothest R&B. Over a dreamlike soundscape and deep rhythym, his new song reminds us of the kind of love that
Mayor Oleksandr Striuk of Sievierodonetsk described a city battered and in many places leveled by Russian artillery, where the few thousand remaining civilians faced dire conditions.
For seven years, a photographer based in Delhi has collected images of ornamental structures known as chabutras. Here are some of his favorites.