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Amazon Freevee Debuts Official Trailer for Coming-of-Age Sports Docuseries God. Family. Football.

Amazon Freevee has released the official trailer and key art for its coming-of-age Original docuseries, God. Family. Football., following former pro football player, legendary high school football coach, and pastor Denny Duron, as he comes out of a 30-year retirement from head coaching to lead the football program he founded at Evangel Christian Academy back


The power of safe reporting on mental health

By Anissa Durham, Word in Black Whether you’ve ever experienced suicidal ideations or talked about it — Black folks are suffering in silence. But it doesn’t have to be that way.   Feelings of sadness and hopelessness are common in the Black community. Some people may experience suicidal ideation, which means wanting to take your own


Forest Park Senior Center: Baltimore residents, community leaders and law enforcement join together for National Night Out

By AFRO Staff From East to West, Baltimore residents of all ages participated in National Night Out. The Forest Park Senior Center joined the cause, hosting an event at their location, in the 4800 block of Liberty Heights Avenue. Mayor Scott (left) attended multiple NNO events with other officials and community leaders like Maryland State Del.


Renowned civil rights advocate Charles J. Ogletree Jr. dies, leaving a legacy of justice and empowerment

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia 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