GRAMMY® Award-winning artist and songwriter Brandon Lake announces the Spring 2023 leg of his ‘Miracle Nights Tour’ with tickets on sale now. The post Brandon Lake Announces Spring 2023 Miracle Nights Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The sounds of Christmas joy will echo throughout the holiday season as Jason Crabb and Unspoken bring their Christmas Forever: An Evening of Holiday Joy tour to cities this November and December. The post Jason Crabb and Unspoken Announce Christmas Forever Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The life-changing night of worship will sweep across eight cities this Spring as this passionate group of award-winning worship leaders brings their message of hope and life to audiences across the country. The post Elevation Worship Announces Eight-City Tour Featuring Steven Furtick appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
By Catherine Pugh, Special to the AFRO On the evening of Nov. 6, a group of diverse women gathered around the dining room table of Quianna Cooke. Present that night in the Hoes Heights neighborhood were Betsy Heeney, Hana Morford, Jennifer Jarvis, Joanne Kent and Eleanor Matthews. They were not angry women. They seemed frustrated–more
Baltimore City Council members discuss violence prevention initiatives and changing the landscape of Baltimore in quarterly public safety hearing
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report For America Corps Member, email@example.com The City Council’s Public Safety and Government Operations Committee recently held its quarterly crime statistics and violence prevention plan hearing. The Baltimore Police Department, the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement (MONSE) and other collaborating partners provided their reports on their efforts
Please sign up here for our #Faithworks newsletter which is filled with inspirational Faith Content that highlights religious leaders in Black communities, faith-based articles, inspirational quotes of the month, and a monthly faith-based poll where readers can express their thoughts. Our Faith leader of the month, November 2022 – Dr. Frances “Toni” Draper Dr. Frances
By Kate Seltzer, Hunter Savery, Destiny Herbers and Nolan Clancy, Capital News Service Maryland voters participating in the first major election since the Jan. 6 insurrection are expressing concerns about the state of American democracy, but what Democrats and Republicans worry about differs significantly. “I do believe that democracy is at stake. I think we’re
By Mark Sherman, The Associated Press The Supreme Court is wrestling with a challenge to a federal law that gives preference to Native American families in foster care and adoption proceedings of Native children. The justices heard several hours of arguments on Nov. 9, over the Indian Child Welfare Act, enacted in 1978 to address
D.C. City Council members discuss resources for senior citizens, women and the health of local waterways
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report For America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org On Nov. 9, At-Large City Councilwoman Anita Bonds (D-DC) put four bills before the Committee on Housing and Executive Administration. The D.C. City Council meeting was virtual, with only Chairman Phil Mendelson and Councilman Robert White attending in person. A range of topics
By Ashraf Khalil, The Associated Press Mayor Muriel Bowser secured a third term on Nov. 8 after a campaign focused on her leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic and on her history as one of the faces of Washington’s ongoing quest for statehood. In June, Bowser, 50, defeated a pair of challengers from the District of