By Courtney Cohn, Capital News Service Senate Democrats raced against the clock to confirm federal judges at a historic rate before the midterm election. President Joe Biden has nominated and […] The post Democrats confirm record number of Biden judges before midterms appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com As funds from Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) continue to flow down to communities across the nation, […] The post Blight, crime and public health: Mayor Brandon Scott speaks on his use of Baltimore’s ARPA funds appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers
Senator Antonio Hayes instrumental in $2.4 million award to UMB School of to address West Baltimore health inequities
By Beverly Richards, Special to the AFRO The West Baltimore RICH Collaborative (Reducing Isolation and Inequities in Cardiovascular Health), a consortia led by the University of Maryland Baltimore School of […] The post Senator Antonio Hayes instrumental in $2.4 million award to UMB School of to address West Baltimore health inequities appeared first on AFRO
By Ralph E. Moore Jr., Special to the AFRO There is something bold and inspiring about the wall that has been up at Loyola Blakefield, a 170-year-old Catholic middle and […] The post The Moore Report: The unique commemoration of racial integration at Loyola Blakefield appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Rev. Samuel Williams Jr., Special to the AFRO Naomi Osaka turned the sports world upside down when she withdrew from tennis competition and revealed that she had experienced depression […] The post Athletic coaches address body and soul when mentoring athletes appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Michelle Richardson, Special to the AFRO The Multicultural Media & Correspondents Association (MMCA) inched into the metaverse earlier this month in a move designed specifically geared towards Black, Indigenous […] The post Multicultural Media & Correspondents Association forges change for people of color appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
WMATA to crack down on fare evaders as proposed bill seeks to offer $100 transit voucher for qualified residents
By Michelle Richardson, Special to the AFRO WMATA has launched a warning campaign to reduce fare evasion on its buses and trains. According to a press release, Metro announced a […] The post WMATA to crack down on fare evaders as proposed bill seeks to offer $100 transit voucher for qualified residents appeared first on
Bestselling Authors Teri Woods and Nikki Turner to Take On the Small Screen with Homestead Entertainment | EUR Video Exclusive
*Homestead Entertainment has acquired film adaptation rights to best-selling books “Predators” by NYT Best Selling author Teri Woods and “On Da Run” by four times NYT Best Selling author Nikki Turner. Woods is a successful self-published pioneer best known for her New York Times bestseller book “True to the Game” which helped launch the urban
*On this day in 1993, Michael Jackson was awarded a patent that gave him sole ownership of the “Smooth Criminal” lean. Regular ol’ wires and a harness were used to pull off the gravity-defying move in the video for “Smooth Criminal,” the seventh single from his 1987 album “Bad.” But what made his entire
Sheesh! Another One – Unnamed Woman Alleges Herschel Walker Pressured Her Into 1993 Abortion | WATCH
*(CNN) — A woman who claims she was in a years-long romantic relationship with Herschel Walker says the Republican Senate nominee for Georgia pressured her into having an abortion in 1993, she announced at a press conference on Wednesday. The woman, referred to as Jane Doe to protect her identity, attended the press conference virtually