By Ericka Alston Buck, Special to the AFRO Your person is only your person for as long as they’re your person. Once, when I was on a healing journey regarding my fear of vulnerability and my inability to commit, I was faced with this life changing revelation: “All relationships involve taking a risk. We must
By Nijiama Smalls, The Black Girl’s Guide to Healing Emotional Wounds Relationships are complicated and marriage is even more complicated y’all. That is the best way I can describe them. The challenges arise mainly because most of us were not well prepared to be a partner. Premarital counseling (which is still necessary) tends to only
Tyron and April Harper are the husband and wife team behind Harp Vision, a business started to provide natural relief to people’s chronic pain. (Photo by Anthony Georgis) By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, email@example.com Husband and wife Tyron and April Harper suffered from chronic pain for years. Tyron Harper deals with fibromyalgia, a disorder
COMMENTARY: Portrait of Black School Founders: A survey of Black education entrepreneurs and how they are demystifying education freedom
By Denisha Allen In mainstream media, school choice is often framed as taking money away from public schools or being elite, white, and only a conservative policy issue. Yet Black school founders’ very existence directly debunks these common myths. My own experience does, too. That’s why I founded Black Minds Matter, a national movement to
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org Prince George’s County native Ramond J. Sneed recently became the new general manager of Hotel Revival Baltimore, an art boutique hotel in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. The 43-year-old brings 21 years of experience in the hospitality industry with him. “Hotel Revival has a name for itself,” said Sneed.
By Liz Szabo, Word in Black When the FDA first asserted the authority to regulate e-cigarettes in 2016, many people assumed the agency would quickly get rid of vapes with flavors like cotton candy, gummy bears, and Froot Loops that appeal to kids. Instead, the FDA allowed all e-cigarettes already on the market to stay
Gospel singer/songwriter, Anita Barth blesses us with a new sound of worship “Hallelujah Forever,” her newest single and first release of the year. Accompanied by a music video, the moving song is an expression of deep worship, reverence, and adoration for God, birthed in a place of fellowship and intimacy. According to Anita Barth. ”
Step into a world of joy as K-LOVE’s Celebrate Christmas Tour takes center stage! Join us for a celebration of the most wonderful time of the year, featuring Natalie Grant and Danny Gokey with special guest Mac Powell. Immerse yourself in the timeless classics that bring people together during this special season. Gather your loved
Get ready to jingle all the way at the “I Don’t Want Christmas to End” Tour featuring Zach Williams and special guest Riley Clemmons! This Christmas season, we’re turning up the festive vibes for a soulful holiday celebration like none other. Zach Williams and Riley Clemmons will ignite the stage with their powerhouse vocals, captivating
The summer run of “Elevation Nights” will kick-off in one week on July 19th in Savannah, GA followed by dates in Greenville, SC (July 20th) and Nashville, TN (July 21st). “Elevation Nights” features the GRAMMY® Award-Winning Elevation Worship and Pastor Steven Furtick with each stop sharing an unforgettable and life-changing evening.