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By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org During a weekend of celebration for the 150-year-old security company, American District Telegraph (ADT), Fight Blight Bmore was gifted $100,000 toward their fight to end vacant housing and revitalize Baltimore. “Baltimore is a great city filled with history and wonderful people, but it needs some love,” Bob Tucker
Get on the bus: a look at some of the organizations bringing march participants to the nation’s capital
By AFRO Staff Activists and historians are honoring the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington with much fanfare this year. In preparation for the event, the AFRO has listed some of the buses that will be traveling from states across the country to bring participants to the nation’s capital for a reenactment of the
Baltimore residents sounds off in community engagement meetings with Mayor Scott and Acting Commissioner Worley
By Aria Brent AFRO Staff Writer email@example.com On Aug. 22 Mayor Brandon M. Scott and acting police commissioner Richard Worley held the fourth community engagement meeting at Shake and Bake Family Fun Center. Throughout the meeting members of the community were able to bring the issues they are most concerned about to the attention of Scott and
The AFRO is rolling out its latest digital media innovation, the Digital Billboard Network (DBN). With television screens featured across 10 host sites in the Randallstown and Owings Mills area, the DBN is the first effort of its kind in the state of Maryland. Onsite screens will feature original content from AFRO programs, including AFRO
By AFRO Staff Halfsmokes, hot chili and warm smiles flooded the U Street corridor on Aug. 22 as the Ali family celebrated 65 years of ownership at the D.C. franchise, Ben’s Chili Bowl. The married couple Ben and Virginia Ali founded the restaurant in 1958 and have sown seeds in the community as a staple
By Karyn Cook, Special to the AFRO The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) hosted the second Hip-Hop Block Party on August 12. The museum held a day-long celebration of 50 years of hip-hop with performances, activities, and events for all ages. “This feels like homecoming,” DJ Marc Ifini told the crowd
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Sing! The Great Commission, the 2023 Getty Music Worship Conference, will take place September 4-6 at the Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville. The Sing! Conference, started in 2017 by famed GRAMMY®-nominated recording artists and hymnwriters Keith and Kristyn Getty, offers seminars and sessions led by top Christian speakers and artists; more than 10,000 attendees from
Katy Nichole recently visited the Candace Cameron Bure Podcast to talk about what is means to surrender to God and give Him the burdens of your life.