Cadence Patrick – screenshot *ATLANTA (WANF) — A sophomore at Spelman College is making a name for herself in the world of graphic design during Black History Month. Computer science major Cadence Patrick is one of three students from historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) whose designs are featured in Target’s Black History Month Collection.
TAYO’s Focus On Nigerian Election 2023 – Naira – EURWEB *Countdown to next week Saturday 25th February as Nigerians go to the polls to vote for a new president and vice president. It so happens that just before the election there is a currency crisis. The currency in question is Nigeria’s own NAIRA. The country’s
*The Memphis cops who beat Tyre Nichols to death chose the blue over the Black. Did they forget that at the end of the day – when they remove uniforms, badges, and weapons – THEY could be the next Tyre Nichols? Join the conversation with my guest, Dr. Vickie Hughes, as we discuss the psychology
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Jamari Baker hoax memorial pic *The family of Jamari Baker, a 13-year-old 8th-grade autistic student at Bethune Middle School in South Central, Los Angeles, along with civil rights activist Najee Ali, Director of Project Islamic Hope are calling for a state investigation by the office of Tony Thurmond the California Superintendent of Public Instruction into
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SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 07: 2021 PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS — Pictured: Iman Shumpert arrives to the 2021 People’s Choice Awards held at Barker Hangar on December 7, 2021, in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Rich Polk/E! Entertainment/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) *Social Heat is at 100! Iman Shumpert is flexing his acting chops
Vocalist Kari Kirkland’s previous work with multi-hyphenate Shelly Berg yielded a listener-friendly gem in the form of her debut album—2021’s Wild is the Wind. This … Read More “Kari Kirkland: if (when you go) (Slea Head)” The post Kari Kirkland: if (when you go) (Slea Head) appeared first on JazzTimes.
One of the challenges I increasingly face, just as any historian who teaches faces, is how best to describe greatness to progressively younger students who … Read More “In Memoriam: Creed Taylor” The post In Memoriam: Creed Taylor appeared first on JazzTimes.
Ernie Andrews, a deep-voiced singer who scored a major hit (1945’s “Soothe Me”) when he was still in his teens but remained perennially underrecognized by … Read More “In Memoriam: Ernie Andrews” The post In Memoriam: Ernie Andrews appeared first on JazzTimes.
I was still pretty young at the time when Keiko first came around in 1967, around 16 years old. I was already getting known by … Read More “In Memoriam: Keiko Okuya Jones” The post In Memoriam: Keiko Okuya Jones appeared first on JazzTimes.
Terry Woodson, a trombonist, arranger, librarian, copyist, conductor, and record producer, died on October 19. A graduate of University of Tulsa, he joined the groundbreaking … Read More “In Memoriam: Terry Woodson” The post In Memoriam: Terry Woodson appeared first on JazzTimes.