By Rosie Allen-Herring On average in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia (DMV) region, less than half of our households earn above the Federal Poverty Level, yet are not eligible for […] The post Project Community Connect addresses inequities in health, education and economic opportunity appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org The Reginald F. Lewis Foundation is currently calling for submissions to its student writing contest. Baltimore City Public […] The post Reginald F. Lewis Foundation hosts essay-writing contest for Baltimore City Public School students appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Lee Ross, Washington Informer Preventing Home Accidents: A Quick and Easy Guide by Dan Hannan Contrary to the perception that the home is a safe environment, a person is […] The post Recent and recommended books on Black homeownership appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
O’Hara Development Partners unveils renderings for new community park in East Baltimore Midway neighborhood
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com O’Hara Development Partners (O’Hara), a Baltimore-based community development company, recently unveiled its renderings for a new park in […] The post O’Hara Development Partners unveils renderings for new community park in East Baltimore Midway neighborhood appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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*Kanye “Ye” West opened up about co-parenting with Kim Kardashian and his political ambitions in a wide-ranging interview with ABC that aired Thursday on “Nightline.” When ABC News Live’s prime anchor Linsey Davis asked Ye: “Do you have future political aspirations?” The Grammy-winning rapper replied, “Yes, absolutely.” “That time wasn’t in God’s time,” he said.
*World traveler Shonda Scott creates the infectious 12 New Things Journey Challenge that has resonated with many. What started as a goal of 5, springboarded into thousands deciding to join the challenge with her to make an ongoing lifestyle change. When we asked Shonda about the 12 New Things™️ Challenge, she says, “As part of
*Yung Miami recently chopped it up with rapper Latto on the latest episode of her Revolt podcast “Caresha Please.” In a preview clip, Miami jokes that the Atlanta rapper “wasn’t ready for the smoke,” referring to her no-holds-barred interview style. During their conversation, Miami pressed Latto about who she is currently dating. According to Urban
*According to researchers, Fentanyl deaths are increasing in Black communities. Middle-aged Black men and American Indians reportedly have the highest death rates due to drug overdoses. According to a report from JAMA Network Open, last year, overdose death rates among Black men ages 35 to 64 were higher than any other group. Between 2018 and
*Sharon Osbourne is speaking out about her fallout with CBS, claiming an executive arranged for her former co-hosts on “The Talk” to embarrass her on national television after she defended Piers Morgan’s criticism of Meghan Markle. Osborne tells Page Six that the network’s head of programming, Amy Reisenbach, sought to punish her after Osbourne, a